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Default As Showtime declines to oblivion M-1 Global continues to grow

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M-1 debuts on Eurosport!
February 24, 2012 By admin

February 26, 2012 is a notable date when M-1 tournament will air on Eurosport, one of the biggest and most popular TV channels in the world, for the first time.

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This Sunday at 10PM CET Eurosport channel will show the tournament “M-1: Battle of Legends”, where fans will see young MMA stars like Daniel Weichel, Mairbek Taisumov and Alexander Yakovlev and the fight of two great MMA legends, two-time ADCC champion Jeff Monson and the best heavyweight in MMA history Fedor Emelianenko.

This event will be shown in 55 countries (except Germany and France).
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