Indie Performer Filing Charges Against King Mo After Assault

Mike Killam

Bellator fighter and TNA wrestler King Mo was ringside in Las Vegas for Future Stars of Wrestling this weekend, in support of his friend and fellow TNA star, Kenny King. 

Throughout the night, independent worker Stu Stone allegedly antagonized Mo while working as a manager. When he took to the ring apron to argue with a referee, King Mo jumped the barricade and put him in a chokehold. 

Obviously, the incident looks similar to one of a hundred similar angles run ever day in pro wrestling, but Stone apparently claims the attack was legitimate, and believes it went "too far". 

Stone continued on Twitter, defending himself against fans and claiming that he's "not joking or laughing" and making it very clear he intends to follow through with his threats of a criminal charge. 

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