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Fedor vs Monson In Late Fall

ante_up812011-09-10 04:20:30 +0000 #1
The next opponent Fedor -Jeff Monson

The world champion in Brazilian jiu-jitsu will be released in the ring against Fedor Emelianenko at the end of autumn. After some negotiations with the staff of the "last emperor" Jeff Monson agreed to the fight with Fedor to take place in Russia in the late autumn. For Fedora this year it will be a third fight. According to trainer Vladimir Voronov, Theodore, Vadim Finkelstein, reached an agreement with the 40-year old American has only recently, but the financial aspects of the contract are kept in the strictest confidence. -Fyodor will soon be busy, and targeted training for battle with Jeffrey Monson we will start from October -told Life Sports Ravens. The immediate plans for a fighter -to visit the Forum "Russia -Sports" and relax with his wife in Cyprus. After a pause, "the baddest man on the planet" will return to the usual training schedule. According to Vadim Finkelstein, the manager of 34-year-old Russian, a large part of October will Emelianenko in the Netherlands, where he will go to the collection along with the coaches.

BulldogWrestler2011-09-10 04:28:57 +0000 #2

Ive lost absolutely all faith in Monson, but I will still pull for him to beat Fedor.
wgrapple2011-09-10 04:43:18 +0000 #3

Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler


Ive lost absolutely all faith in Monson, but I will still pull for him to beat Fedor.

Good lord man I feel bad for Monson here. It's a great opportunity and I'm sure the payday will be good for him but Fedor coming off multiple losses and being a stylistic tough match up anyways.

Fedor by tko.
Best80smovieRAD2011-09-10 05:15:20 +0000 #4
Fedor finally gets back on the winning side with this one. I see him retiring after the win
split decision2011-09-10 05:58:23 +0000 #5
My god, if Fedor loses will he fight Tank Abbott next?
Skinny2011-09-10 06:35:30 +0000 #6
Tim Sylvia beat Monson.

If Fedor loses and MMA math is used then Sylvia pretty much moves past Fed on the "best ever HW" list.

Oh yes he does.



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