View Full Version : M-1 Global: Fedor v Monson EPIC PROMO


monaroCountry
11-28-2011, 05:02 AM
This is so Pride like epicness promo with Morgan Freeman, couple this with the screaming lady, pride like fighter intro as a group and as individuals, the legendary Japanese referee, and the ring = M-1 GLOBAL EPIC WIN!!!
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oscar_angels091
11-28-2011, 05:23 AM
seriously? epic?

monaroCountry
11-28-2011, 05:59 AM
seriously? epic?

Your obviously an MMA noob.

The event focuses on the fighters and their life, not some jack ass bald guy who acts tough after his boxercise lessons.

M1 still has quite a bit to go before being level with the EPIC Pride but they along with KSW are the closest. M1 is pretty much following the old Pride formula, where they as a promotion were lucky enough to take part in and have input in.
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monaroCountry
11-28-2011, 06:02 AM
Jeff in his younger days look like McGyver

oscar_angels091
11-28-2011, 10:51 PM
Your obviously an MMA noob.

The event focuses on the fighters and their life, not some jack ass bald guy who acts tough after his boxercise lessons.

M1 still has quite a bit to go before being level with the EPIC Pride but they along with KSW are the closest. M1 is pretty much following the old Pride formula, where they as a promotion were lucky enough to take part in and have input in.
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call me whatever you want, i wont get butthurt like most posters here

monaroCountry
11-29-2011, 05:09 AM
On another note, some great article by Jeff Monson on his trip and fight in Russia. The guy is a true warrior and very respectful and appreciative. Its no wonder hes become a fan favorite in Russia.


From: http://mma-connection.com/mma/jeff-monson/jeff-monson-the-russia-trip/

Jeff Monson Ė The Russia Trip
Jeff Monson | November 28, 2011 |



Well guys I had a very frustrating fight as you know. Trained really hard on getting in on the inside but didnít carry out the game plan at all for some reason. So basically we ended up having a kickboxing match. That didnít turn out so goodÖlol.

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Ended up breaking my leg in the second round from the one kick I checked in the match. After the fight I had a choice of two hospitals. One for everyday folks and one for visitors and government officials. I picked the local everyday folk hospital as I was told it was closer to the arena. Iím obviously not a big fan of the medical industrial complex in the US as it is profit driven however, the experience at this hospital did make me appreciate the comfort of health care in this country. Upon arrival there were ER staff smoking in the lobby. The hallways were full of wandering patients that looked like they were just out of a civil war battle. I had to fight with one of the doctors to avoid having my skull x-rayed. Eventually I got an x-ray for my leg which showed it was broken (something I already knew) and had it casted. I got 16 stitches on the inside and outside of my lip with a material that could of passed for chicken wire. It was so sharp it was making my gums bleed so I took them out myself. Saying that, the doctors were very kind and despite the inadequate medical equipment/supplies they knew what they were doing.

The most difficult part to be honest was trying to make it back to the US on crutches and in a cast. On crutches now but out of the cast, so thatís good.

Before the fight I did three seminars which went very well. I had between 75-85 people at each one. The students were very enthusiastic and had a higher skill level than what I thought. I got to train with the students at the end of the seminars and everyone was very determined and respectful. Participation in sport is taken very seriously. The seminar for the anarchist on Saturday was fantastic. I met a lot of very cool people. Disappointed I didnít have more time there. Very much looking forward to going back in the Spring to Moscow and St Petersburg.

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Thereís a big rumor reported by the media that I beat up two police officers to help a homeless man. The truth is a homeless man was being assaulted by police in the subway. I grabbed his hand and pulled him up and walked with him for a bit but I never talked to or touched the officers. Iíve gotten a lot of support and I really appreciate it. I know the fight didnít go as I planned and that hurts more than the body.

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Going to train hard to win the next fight. As a last note, Fedor is a class act and actually came into the locker room after the fight to check on me and felt bad I injured my leg. As far as Putin and the booing at the end of the fight, well thatís another story at some other timeÖÖÖÖ

ChangoHater
11-29-2011, 05:31 PM
M-1 doesn't have any fighters worth talking about

monaroCountry
11-30-2011, 12:15 AM
M-1 doesn't have any fighters worth talking about

Obviously they do. Get your eye patches off, M-1 Global is taking over :boxing::boxing:. In their first show they pretty much trounced the biggest UFC show in town lol.