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M1 plans to be busy in Europe

Here’s the latest news from M1 Global, who continue to prove they’re all just doing their own thing without bothering to talk to any of those dudes in America who ‘run the company':

The German Web site reported that M-1 Global has scheduled its first German event for April 2008.

This is kinda interesting news because while M1 will be holding it’s first German event in April, M1 will also be holding it’s first US show in April! Of course, when you’re doing so many events, there’s going to be a bit of overlap:

Additionally, Nikmaslak revealed that the promotion has plans for six shows in Russia, six shows in Japan and another four events in the Netherlands in the upcoming year.

For those of you who’s heads hurt when trying to add double digits, that’s 16 shows around the world that M1 is planning to throw. Oh, not including America.

  • MacDaddy

    I betcha those dumb motherfuckers gave the russians a ton of up front cash too. This is by far the funniest story in MMA right now.

  • Dru Down

    M-1 is extremely confusing.

    Does anyone else feel like, behind it all, M-1 is just a huge pyramid scheme or something? Like, you know someone is getting rich off this shit, but you can’t for the life of you figure out how.

  • koolpaw

    wow great, so we can watch Fedor vs, Hong Man Choi over 6 times in Japan, lucky me =P

  • karat3

    good reason to go visit the great city of amsterdam again. YEY!

  • Xavier

    Since they only have Fedor under contract, I predict a nice run of Fedor vs. Can sixteen times over.

    Brad Imes needs to Gogo his ass.

  • dragomort

    I think it’s like the old barnstorming boxing events. We should be able to get Fedor vs guy from seat 135 section FG for one round at each of these. Hopefully they’ll show it in HD!