Things got a little heated between Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson and Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal at the Bellator 120 weigh-ins, with the two exchanging words during their staredown before ‘Rampage’ shoved his rival before others intervened to make sure the two didn’t end up fighting on stage instead of in the cage.

The two light-heavyweights have had a rival for several years now, dating back before their time in Bellator, and they’ll finally have a chance to settle their difference tonight in the final of the 205lb tournament.

See all the Bellator 120 weigh-in results below.

Main Card:

Quinton Jackson (205.9) vs. Muhammed Lawal (205.6)
Will Brooks (154.2) vs. Michael Chandler (154.9)
Tito Ortiz (205.5) vs. Champ Alexander Shlemenko (201.9)
Blagoi Ivanov (249.5) vs. Alexander Volkov (236.1)
Michael Page (170.5) vs. Ricky Rainey (170.1)


Cheick Kongo (235) vs. Eric Smith (253.8)
Marcin Held (158) vs. Nate Jolly (158) – 158-pound catchweight
Fabricio Guerreiro (147.9) vs. Shahbulat Shamhalaev (145.1)
Mike Richman (145.5) vs. Goiti Yamauchi (145.5)
Austin Lyons (152.4) vs. Zach Underwood (152.3)
Justin Frazier (264.5) vs. Mike Wessel (257.9)
Ben Brewer (170.2) vs. Andy Uhrich (170.5)
Anthony Lemon (170) vs. Codie Shuffield (170)
Brian Hall (125.6) vs. Cortez Phelia (125.6)

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