Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker talks about what went into the decision to put together Fedor Emelianenko and Brett Rogers.
August 26, 2009 at 2:05 pm
August 27, 2009 at 4:47 am
How about-"They're the only two fighters I have who can fight this soon. Seeing as how my other two at this weight just had a match where I learned I now only have three fighters at this weight."….That sound about right?- Wait, no, maybe they can get someonme from Dream to come over and fight…..assuming they will be approved and given a license. or are they still awaiting the return of Bigfoot Silva?…StrikefArce indeed.
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