New CBS commercial for Fedor

source: cbs.com
 

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truthisalive site profile image  

10/18/09 4:05 AM by truthisalive

allow me to correct my self, your unprecedentedness is only surpassed by the baldfather.

truthisalive site profile image  

10/18/09 3:42 AM by truthisalive

Orcus your stamina for hating Fedor is unprecedented.

CindyO site profile image  

10/18/09 2:50 AM by CindyO

 Well done commercial, IMO=) Cindy

BasBang site profile image  

10/18/09 1:04 AM by BasBang

Fedor or anyone else. That is the most insane and well done highlight I've ever seen. It's soo good that I wonder if even Fedor can live up to it. JEEZZZZZZ

orcus site profile image  

10/17/09 10:47 AM by orcus

 "Both CBS and Strikeforce are being extremely conservative with regard to the impact that Fedor will make, which really is a better plan." By having him headline a card in a non-title fight even though there is a title fight on the card? By having their advertisements be only about him, with no mention of his opponent, the event, or even the organization other than a quick text blurb at the end?

ZeroTime site profile image  

10/17/09 10:44 AM by ZeroTime

lmao @ neck crack

Kenflo24 site profile image  

10/17/09 9:37 AM by Kenflo24

Fedor is a badass.

PatrickFreitas site profile image  

10/16/09 6:59 PM by PatrickFreitas

^Sorry Zedlepln...just saw you had already answered Cretard.

PatrickFreitas site profile image  

10/16/09 6:55 PM by PatrickFreitas

I believe FSN was airing Pride fights and specials before they were bought by Zuffa, so I imagine Pride extended the broadcast rights to FSN. My guess would be that even Pride would've limited FSN from sub-licensing to other networks. And even if they didn't, those licensing agreements are now property of Zuffa, and there's no way they'd let FSN to sub-license...especially to CBS.

Lord Kancho site profile image  

10/16/09 6:53 PM by Lord Kancho

That is a phenomenal highlight.