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Fedor Emelianenko finally got an opponent in Jeff Monson, as they are set to lock horns on November 12 in Russia.
As Fighting Insider reported last Monday, M-1 Global co-founder – Vadim Finkelstein – said that Fedor Emelianenko’s next event will be in Russia. In relation to this, Jeff Monson tweeted recently that he will face The Last Emperor on November 12.
Fedor Emelianenko was released from Strikeforce after dropping his third consecutive loss against Dan Henderson. Meanwhile, Jeff Monson is most known for his four-fight run in UFC in 2006. That victory streak ended with a loss to Tim Sylvia at UFC 65.
Moreover, Jeff Monson was rumored to face UFC contender – Gabriel Gonzaga – next month. However, no word on whether his upcoming match against Fedor Emelianenko would change that plan.View Article Source »
Fedor Emelianenko will remain in active MMA competition, as he will fight in his native Russia in "late fall."
After his recent TKO loss against Dan Henderson last July 30, Fedor Emelianenko opted to go against retirement. In fact, his manager and M-1 Global co-founder – Vadim Finkelstein – confirmed yesterday that The Last Emperor will fight in his native Russia in “late fall.” However, the date, venue and his next opponent is yet to be determined.
If he comes out successful, Fedor Emelianenko will have a chance to go back to US in 2012.
More updates on Fedor Emelinenko are sure to come, so just keep it posted here at Fighting Insider.View Article Source »
It is not yet the end of the road for Fedor Emelianenko, as he is set to make a fall return in hometown Russia.
While there are speculations that Fedor Emelianenko’s knockout loss against Dan Henderson last July 30 may mean the end of his career, M1-Global revealed that he’s not done yet.
Vadim Finkelstein also added that M-1 Global is currently in negotiation with their Japanese contacts to organize a New Year’s Eve event in Japan — where Fedor Emelianenko will participate as well.Read the rest of the article »
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