M-1 Global ‘Fedor vs. Monson’ Will Cost You $30 and a Good Night’s Sleep

North American broadcast details have finally been announced for the Nov. 20 M-1 Global “Fedor vs. Monson” card.

If you want want to watch the former heavyweight king, Fedor Emelianenko, take on Jeff Monson and possibly break his three-fight losing streak, it’s going to cost you. More specifically, it’s going to cost you $29.95 and a good night’s sleep.

Integrated Sports Media, the company M-1 Global partnered with to distribute the pay-per-view released the pay-per-view price and live viewing times in a press release this morning.

“Fedor vs. Monson,” presented by M-1 Global, is being distributed in the United States by Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 7:30 AM/ET – 4:30 AM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, DISH Network and Avail-TVN, for a suggested retail price of only $29.95. Check listings for same-day replays.

“We’re excited to be bringing Fedor’s comeback to North American MMA fans,” Integrated Sports Media president Doug Jacobs said. “Everybody wants to know what the great Fedor has left and Monson, who is an extremely dangerous veteran, figures to up to the challenge of fighting Emelianko in his backyard. If fans aren’t able to watch live, we will be offering same day and night replays so nobody has to miss the action.”

“Fedor has been very vocal about wanting to continue his fighting career,” noted Evgeni Kogan, Director of Operations for M-1 Global, Europe’s undisputed MMA leader in Europe. “Fedor vs. Monson is a classic that had been in crosshairs for years. All parties have come together to make this fight a reality.”

“Only $29.95.” At 7:30 in the morning. What a deal!

I got to say you would have to be a pretty die-hard Fedor fan to get up that early and spend $30 to see Fedor fight Jeff Monson. Anyone gonna do it?

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  • Awwaters

    nope that’s what the internet is for!

  • Aalvarez10460

    I bet you Jim does it. 

  • Aalvarez10460

    I bet you Jim does it. 

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  • Rb_

    If fedor loses this fight he’s really going to be exposed as being over rated this whole damn time. I’m guilty for wanting to see fedor lose cred.

  • sam_snee

    file this under who…wait theyre both not retired…cares

  • sandman

    I don’t see Monson winning this fight. And I won’t, ’cause there is no way I’m paying to watch this (at any time of day or night)….

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  • Jsingh

    well, im gonna do it since i live in scandinavia the fight starts somewhere between 11am-1pm

  • Igor_brown

    Perfect example that M1 global are paper gangsters and use Fedor for money, I love Fedor and I seem to be one of the only one that does these days, but without M1 Global are destroying this guy, pay per view on this event is a waste of money because really, you’re only paying for the main event, you’d have to me an M1 diehard to be looking forward to the whole card. This should have a been a free to view event, everyone wants to see a free fight, and every Fedor fight is exciting. If Fedor loses, I prey he doesn’t, his legacy is over.

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