As a resident of Northern California and a fan of grown men punching each other in the face, I have a vested interest in the success of Strikeforce. Watching the promotion grow over the last few years has been an amazing experience. Rather than over extend itself by growing at an accelerated rate, the powers that be at Strikeforce have slowly moved the company along one step at a time. Tomorrow night, Strikeforce takes its biggest step yet by making its prime time debut. Normally a promotion would be sweating bullets the night before a show of this magnitude, and I'm certain there is a level of anxiety being felt by everyone involved with the show. However, when one half of your main event is the #1 heavyweight in the world and the baddest dude on the planet, what do you have to worry about? Fedor is coming to network television. While an unproven PPV draw here in the States, Fedor has a chance to capture the attention of casual fight fans. People who have heard of Fedor but got into MMA post-PRIDE and never watched Affliction will finally get their chance to see him in action against an absolute monster in Brett Rogers. And here's the best part: It's free. The UFC is countering this by throwing together a bunch of main events that have already happened, which is pretty much what they air on Spike every Saturday as it is. Make no mistake about it. The UFC may not view Strikeforce as a competitor yet, but if Scott Coker and company continue to put together quality cards like the one they have planned for tomorrow that will change. Here's a quick rundown of the loaded televised card.