M-1 Global To Be Replaced By Adrenaline MMA

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Brian Patton Sent Along The Following:

March 28, 2008 Adrenaline MMA replaces M-1 Global; Fedor becomes a free agent NEW YORK —

Executives at M-1 Global announced today they have started anew promotion called Adrenaline MMA and will begin promoting major eventsin the U.S. beginning in June.

Adrenaline will replace M-1 Global in the U.S. immediately. The change also includes the release of Russian fighter Fedor Emilianenko, who isfree to seek fights elsewhere.

Monte Cox is the President and CEO of Adrenaline MMA. Bob Clark is theCOO and Brian Patton is VP responsible for sponsorships and endorsements.

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