And tells the "Beatdown" radio show that fans can expect an announcement in the next four weeks.
"One thing I can tell you is all these guys … Alistair, Fedor, Fabricio, Josh Barnett, ‘Bigfoot’ (Antonio Silva), (Sergei) Kharitonov, Andrei Arlovski, Brett Rogers, all those guys are all going to fight each other in 2011. We’re not going to hold anything back. You’re going to see these guys fight the toughest guys because really, if you’re a heavyweight, there are no easy fights in Strikeforce. It’s arguably the best heavyweight division in the world, and I think Josh Barnett said it best. The competition is here. He signed with us because he wants to fight all those guys. We’re going to put those fights together, and I think the fans are going to love it."
PRIDE Redux? It looks like Strikeforce has some ambitious plans for their 2011 fight campaign, one that the San Jose boss expects to feature a bevy of marquee heavyweights mixing it up for a chance to capture Alistair Overeem's division title. Based on some of these high-maintenance contracts, anyone think this is just wishful thinking? Or will the Strikeforce heavyweight division become the toast of the town? Of the names mentioned, which match-up do you consider a "must-see?"