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TSL Presents: On The Throne With King Mo Episode 8, The Bobby Green Takeover    

In true "Game of Thrones" style, UFC lightweight contender, Bobby Green, snatched the iron throne away from King Mo this week as he was off in Brazil, spreading love the King Mo way.

In true “Game of Thrones” style, UFC lightweight contender, Bobby Green, snatched the iron throne away from King Mo this week as he was off in Brazil, spreading love the King Mo way. Bobby, who will be featured in an upcoming episode of our “Driven” series in July, dropped honest, unfiltered opinion and knowledge on us on boxing and MMA.

Bobby proved he can hang with our boxing-MMA crossover focus, so Mo will have to come strong this week to reclaim his throne! 

Make sure you check out Bobby Green when he fights Al Iaquinta in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee on July 15 in San Diego. 

About “On the Throne with King Mo”:


Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal is one of the most outspoken fighters in mixed martial arts.


The former Strikeforce Light Heavyweight champion, and current Bellator Light Heavyweight contender, is often controversial but always astute in his views and beliefs.

Now King Mo brings his knowledge and honesty to The Shadow League for a weekly podcast, “On the Throne with King Mo”, hosted by TSL’s own Rhett Butler. Each week King Mo and Rhett will interview your favorite athletes, talk sports and culture and dare to discuss all of the things that other shows can’t or won’t.

Rhett Butler is a Boxing Writer Association of America Journalist, Play-By-Play Commentator, Combat Sports Insider, and Former Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing Promoter. Having been involved with combat sports since 2005, Rhett began in the Fighter Relations Department of the UFC and World Extreme Cagefighting. Eventually, he became the Site Coordinator for the now-defunct Strikeforce organization. He then founded Fight Services and handled the event and talent logistics for MMA World Series of Fighting, Titan FC, as well as boxing promoter K2 Promotions. Rhett was also a Stage Manager for Showtime Championship Boxing. Currently, Rhett is the lead combat sports and bodybuilding writer, producer, podcaster, and host for The Shadow League. He has also been published in Money Magazine, reported for TIME Magazine and been a freelance writer for UFC.com, MaximumFighting.com, UFC 360 Magazine, Fight Magazine, MMAPayout.com, and Heavy.com. Rhett has hosted lifestyle TV programming in the Washington, D.C. market on the District of Columbia Network (DCN) and the District Knowledge Network (DKN) and has been a Play-By-Play Announcer for Monumental Sports Network’s PPV streaming service.