The pair headlined the card that was held at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, and aired live on HDNet.
The fight was over before it began. As Kerr threw a leg kick to start things off, Lawal latched onto it and scooped the 260+ pound Kerr into the air where he firmly deposited him back onto the canvas. From there Mo landed a series of hard punches to the side of the head as Kerr lay face first on the mat. The end came when Lawal switched his punches from the side of the head to underneath the armpit where a powerful right hand sent the former UFC fighter’s mouthpiece sailing into the crowd, and left Kerr in an unconscious stupor.
Almost immediately Mo rushed to the side of Kerr to check on his condition, a fighter he has great admiration for, yet the battered former wrestler stayed down for several tense moments following the stoppage. To everyone’s relief the hulking heavyweight eventually managed to climb back to his feet and leave the ring on his own free will.
Lawal performed exactly how he should have performed in a fight with someone like Kerr. Go out there, get your money, and look good doing it. The only question now is: where will Mo end up fighting next.
“I’m just trying to go where they keep me busy and treat me good,” explained Lawal following the bout. “I don’t care about any names or anything like that. I’m just trying to go where I can get paid, they treat me good and I can fight a lot.”