"When you have an opportunity to do a co-promotion with M-1 and sign the No. 1 heavyweight in the world, we sat down and we talked about it, and I think it works for everybody," Coker said. "Believe me, it's something that if you compare us to the other companies that have gone out of business, I really don't think it's justice. The other companies, that wasn't their core business.
"We're not a T-shirt company; we're not a gambling company. This is our core competency, and this is what we've done for many years – over two decades now. To take it to this level, we're very proud and honored to have Fedor fight and do the co-promotion with M-1 and be on CBS."
Emelianenko meets undefeated slugger Brett Rogers (10-0) in the main event of "Fedor vs. Rogers" on Nov. 7 at Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill. Rumors of slow ticket sales have been slowly trickling through the MMA community, but Coker today said he was expecting a sell-out.
*man i do hope this turns out to be a great card..Link