Remember that one time when we asked M-1 Global’s Director of Operations, Evgeni Kogan, if all M-1 employees were getting paid and then he paused, said yes, asked where we got out information and then abruptly hung up? Ah, those were the days. Since then we’ve seen M-1 Global slowly fade into a local promotion instead of the organization that wanted to co-promote with UFC, armed with an invincible Fedor as their bargaining chip.
Regardless, the promotion is still going strong in Russia and last weekend at M-1 Challenge 44, Konstantin Gluhov vs. Mikhail Gazaev went down — and this blatant disqualification. Check it out and props to @KnockoutFootage for the find.