Posted On:2/06/2012 5:14pm
Style: Muay Thai
Nice!! Let's see how he fares on the World Combat Sambo Championship this year.
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YES HE DID
Posted On:2/07/2012 1:57am
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
It's so much more convenient for fans of mma to dismiss him, when the reality is that he's a very heavy-duty guy, who did lose three-in-a-row, but kept on, and has shown he's very dangerous still, and not the guy to bet against. I don't believe the UFC to have had the premier heavyweights for any span yet, so it pains me to hear people harp the "oh he's the UFC this-or-that so he's the best automatically" line about guys who haven't won wars.
Overeem, Barnett, Fedor, none of whom have spent any great length of time in the UFC are definitely among the best HW's in the game IMO. DW needs to swallow his pride, and make another overture to Fedor's camp. This needs to happen. If I'm not mistaken, zuffa wanted to sign Ishii, and Fedor schooled him. Get this done, while there's time.
I'm dying for the next fight.
Posted On:2/07/2012 11:38am
Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja
Fedor just won his 7th Russian Combat Sambo Championship.
Looks like his brother gave it to him, in the finals. Ah brothers.
Skip to 3:02 for fight.
Posted On:2/10/2012 5:24am
Meanwhile in Russia:
Posted On:2/10/2012 1:31pm
Fedor's first match vs A. Gelegaev, at the Russian Championships
(match is at 1:13)
Posted On:2/10/2012 11:59pm
Looks as though Ishii may have suffered a cerebral edema during the fight with Fedor. Not confirmed, that I'm aware of, but that's the rumor.
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