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Today (June 21), “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko will take on Pedro Rizzo at M-1 Global: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Pedro Rizzo in St. Petersburg, Russia. This could be the last time we see Emelianenko grace the ring/cage, as he has mentioned in the past that this could be his last fight. However it sounds as if he is still a tad bit unsure of his MMA future, “It’s up to God,” Fedor told LowKick.com. “I still have to fight Pedro Rizzo.”
Rizzo has been in some very entertaining fights and has wins over Jeff Monson and Josh Barnett. “The Last Emperor” respects Rizzo as a fighter, “Pedro is an experienced fighter, He has some very good victories on his record. He beat Jeff Monson and Josh Barnett, so I’m ready to fight in both stand-up and on the ground. I’ll adjust during the fight.”
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According to multiple Russian outlets, the most decorated heavyweight in mixed martial arts history has called it a career. After putting Pedro Rizzo to sleep in merely 84 seconds on Thursday, Fedor Emelianenko (Pictures) announced his retirement from the sport.
“I think it is time I quit,” Emelianenko said (per Ria Novosti). “My family influenced my decision. My daughters...
Lost in the madness of the UFC’s back-to-back shows sandwiching “Bellator 71″ this weekend was the fact MMA’s most decorated heavyweight fought Pedro Rizzo in Russia on Thursday.
It took Fedor Emelianenko all of 84 seconds to put the 37-year-old to sleep in their shootout. “The Last Emperor” rocked Rizzo with his patented right hand and pounced on his dazed and confused...
What do you guys think? Is Fedor bluffing on his retirement? Will he be back? Maybe Couture will come out of retirement himself and entice him? If not, saying he had one hell of a career would be a gross understatement. In my book he'll go down and the most complete and entertaining Heavyweight mixed martial artist of all time. This full fight video of today's Fedor vs...
M-1 Global is set to invade St. Petersburg, Russia as they present “M-1 Global: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Pedro Rizzo”.
The main event is a heavyweight showdown between Fedor Emelianenko and Pedro Rizzo. This fight has been dubbed as Fedor’s retirement fight. Also on the card is UFC vet Jeff Monson, as he takes on Denis Komkin.
Full results for M-1 Global: Fedor Emelianenko...
Fedor Emelianenko beat Pedro Rizzo by first-round TKO in 84 seconds on Thursday in Russia, and then immediately announced his retirement in front of a cheering crowd.
“I think it is time I quit,” Emelianenko said, according to Russian site Ria Novosti. “My family influenced my decision. My daughters are growing without me, that’s why it’s time to leave.”
Fedor Emelianenko, the greatest heavyweight in the history of MMA, has decided to retire. After knocking out Pedro Rizzo in just 84 seconds at “M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Rizzo”, Ron Kruck from HDNet confirmed that the Russian legend would indeed be retiring. Emelianenko was quoted saying, “My family influenced my decision. My daughters are growing without me, and that’s why...
The great Russian fighter Fedor Emelianenko knocked out Pedro Rizzo today in the first round. Here is the full video of the fight.
It was heavily rumored prior to his fight today against Pedro Rizzo that “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko would retire from the sport of Mixed Martial Arts.
That rumor became a reality after knocking out Rizzo in just 44 seconds.
Emelianenko made the announcement official following his victory, ”I think it’s time. I’m retiring from sports. I still have the SAMBO World...
St. Petersburg, Russia -- M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Rizzo. Fedor Emelianenko KO's Pedro Rizzo, who hadn't fought in almost 2 years, retires. Meh.
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Fedor Emelianenko is red hot! Emelianenko is in the midst of putting together his best winning streak in years. The latest victim to fall to the Last Emperor is former UFC fighter Pedro Rizzo courtesy of a monster right hand. Related posts:
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M1 Fedor vs. Rizzo went down in St. Petersburg, Russia and here are the results. Below is the video of Fedor dispatching of Pedro Rizzo in 90 seconds. The rumor is that this was Fedor Emelianenko’s last fight as he has stated that he is contemplating retirement.
Fedor Emelianenko defeated Pedro Rizzo by Knockout (Punches, 1st Round, 1:24)
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"This is the way the world ends . . . Not with a bang, but a whimper." -- T.S. Eliot
Far away from the spotlight of MMA's highest stage, Fedor Emelianenko walked away from the sport he once dominated on Thursday with a resounding victory over a former champion in Russia. Pedro Rizzo may not have been the highest profile opponent available, as he was years removed from...