"Okay - and I want all of you to write this down - I want to fight Fedor. Alistair Overeem wants to fight Fedor in April 2010. So write that down... I don't care [where]. Maybe in DREAM, maybe in Strikeforce. I don't care. I'd rather in DREAM, but Strikeforce is also okay."
Fedor On UFC, Affliction, And DREAM: "Regarding the relationship with Affliction - it's wonderful, and I hope it will stay that way. I don't have any relationship with UFC."
On this day it is completely unrealistic, since UFC is not answering any contacts. Vadim held the negotiations, but the UFC's offer was absolutely not acceptable.
Everyone who used to be in Pride, have crossed over to DREAM. I'm not excluding the possibility of fighting in the organization, but not in the nearest future, because currently I have a signed contract with M-1 Global and Affliction. And if DREAM's managers can negotiate the terms with my manager Vadim Finkelstein, I don't see any problems with fighting for DREAM.
Faber On Warren Beating Kid: "Joe came down here and trained with us for about a week and a half, and he was pretty raw when he came down here," Faber said. "But people are forgetting that he's been doing some of the most difficult training for pretty much his whole life. He's been one of the top guys in the world in one of the most difficult sports. So I wasn't that surprised he won. ... I thought it would go one of two ways: Either Kid Yamamoto would knock him out, or Joe Warren would win by decision, and Joe pulled it out."
Faber said he thinks Warren is unlikely to leave Dream for the WEC or any other American promotion any time soon, because he thinks Warren could make more money fighting for Dream than he would in the WEC.
"I think he'll probably stay in Japan," Faber said. "He's got a personality that I think could really catch on in Japan, and I think he's got a good thing going out there. American promotions aren't as good at paying people. Japan is better, especially for guys who are up-and-coming. I think Joe Warren is there to make some money."
Atencio: " But I can tell you it’s not [the last show]"
Sherdog.com: Did you read the article that said some fight managers are speculating that the next event will be Affliction’s final show?
Atencio: No. As much as its hard not to, I don’t read the Internet and all that. When it’s about you or you’re show, it’s disheartening sometimes. But I can tell you it’s not [the last show]. They’ve been saying that since our first show. Whether it’s the UFC or kids on the Internet making it up, that’s all that it is. It’s just people making up lies or rumors, which is good for us, because in the long run, it keeps our name out there.
Sherdog.com: So, let’s squash or propel this rumor that the next Affliction event might be held in Japan.
Tom Atencio: No. Easy enough.
Sherdog.com: So, when you went out there, that wasn’t ever the goal –- to explore holding your next event there?
Atencio: At this point, no. It’s up to them [Dream]. They own that market, and from my experience, I don’t think we or anyone else could go out there and just put a show on, especially in Japan and Korea. The culture’s completely different and you need to respect that.
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- Google translator on Jose Canseco's DREAM profile
I was defeated by Mach in August, 2005, so I want to fight him again. I believe fans are definitely interested in watching us fight.
Also, Hilo’s Ross Ebanez will fight Tatsuya Kawajiri at DREAM 7 on March 8 at the Saitama Super Arena in Japan. The fight can be seen the following Friday on HDNET. Ebanez’s biggest fight to date is a TKO loss to Eddie Alvarez on a ShoXC card, but a win over Kawajiri, who hovers right around 10th in world lightweight rankings, would immediately thrust Ebanez into big-time status on the world stage. HUGE opportunity for Da Boss.
Alvarez vs Hellboy 2 in Bellator? 2008 Fighter of the Year Eddie Alvarez will compete in the Bellator Fighting Championship Lightweight Tournament slated to take place on April 4. Standout fighter Alvarez told World of MMA that a potential rematch with Joachim "Hellboy" Hansen is possible and may happen this year. "They(BFC) are working on adding Joachim Hansen to the Tournament," said Alvarez.