Fedor is Human1!!!1one
Apparently the Last Emperor is not an alien cyborg created in a Russian Laboratory using the DNA of Chuck Norris as a guide.
He is human.
Or at least he showed a glimpse of mortality in the 69th second of his fight with Fabricio Werdum when he succembed to a triangle choke. Tap, tap.
Forgetting the fact that Werdum honestly said he has no recollection of the fight, let alone the punch that dropped him allowing him to lock in a triangle as the big fella came smashing down preparing to beat him into submission.
I YMAS'ed this thread because im more interested in what the future holds for the mythical Sambo god, will he retain his 'Greatest Ever' tag? Has his stock plummeted? And how stoked is Dana White?
Bring forward the haters.
Last edited by SaintHamish; 6/27/2010 8:14pm at .
This is a lie.
It is in fact his clever scheme to lull us into the false assumption that he is indeed human, while secretly furthering his dastardly alien plans. In fact, it was not even Fedor in the ring at all, but a cloned sacrificial doppelganger created specifically for this purpose.
Originally Posted by meat monkey
That does make more sense....
Fedor has always been human:
that is indeed fedorable... jesus christ that man has concussed dudes that are close to 300 lb's of just muscle... damn
I couldn't believe it either. But if you gotta lose, at least lose to a fellow badass. And that he did.
At least Cung Le pulled of a victory.
Fedor's been thinking towards retirement, or so I've read.
Maybe his trainer was all "Fedor! You are the have undefeated record, quitting you cannot do!"
And thus Fedor paused.
"If I lose next fight, I retire."
As Fedor wills it, so it shall be.
And this is the word according to Fedor,
what you didn't know is that, due to a fault in his right arm's missile guiding system, the punch missed, and the mere air movement is what caused the concussive force that dropped werdum.
"The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero projects his fear onto his opponent while the coward runs. 'Fear'. It's the same thing, but it's what you do with it that matters". - Cus D'Amato
Fedor may one of my all time favourite fighters but the 'greatest ever' tag is perhaps a little premature. It may be a cliche but to be the best you have to beat the best and Fedor has'nt been doing that for a few years now.
The only thing that really annoys me is that Werdum is suddernly going to be deemed one of the top p4p guys which he really is'nt. Overoids will dominate him.
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