HomeFighter Talk Fedor Emelianenko Talks Retirement With Inside MMA Correspondent Ron Kruck Bruno June 30, 2012 Fighter Talk 19 Comments Fedor Emelianenko Talks Retirement With Inside MMA Correspondent Ron Kruck. Amazon.com Widgets Tweet Pin It Peter Aerts vs. Tyrone Spong Fight Video Its Showtime 58 Chael Sonnen – The Most Interesting Man In The World 19 Comments YMCA June 30, 2012 Au revoir l’ami. Thanks for the memories. Log in to Reply YMCA June 30, 2012 was that emotion on Fedor’s face on the last question? Log in to Reply Jim June 30, 2012 Maybe steven seagull will teach fedor how to fight like most loud mouth jews know how to do Log in to Reply paddedummy June 30, 2012 ^LMAO^! WTF is this bs about his kids growing up witout him, it must be nice to have a job that you can afford to retire from in your 30’s to be able to help your daughters shop for training bras Log in to Reply boonching June 30, 2012 he should, he has nothing to prove. the dude comes to fight EVERYTIME. he is all that is man. F the haters and thanks for all memories. WAR FEDOR!! Log in to Reply anderson silvas mom June 30, 2012 Jon Jones would Destroy anderson silva soooooo easy!!! Log in to Reply Rjcowger June 30, 2012 I mean the guy never had one professional (UFC) fight. To say he was one of the best would be like saying an arena football player was the best to ever play football, no? Log in to Reply Doyle Brunson July 1, 2012 l;ook at that stupid ass picture of fedor the slob. Id really like to see him get put to sleep again Log in to Reply Dave July 1, 2012 what a Legend!!! he will be missed! respect! Log in to Reply greengiant July 1, 2012 fedor is one of the best ever.undersized all the way,a real man takes on all comers.he has the down to earth personality that is respected by all respectable people.he didn’t look the part but he was one of the baddest men on the planet.he rose to the top and then had a fall but came back and proved he had the will.an era is over,for now. Log in to Reply grape_fight July 1, 2012 much respect. there will not be another fedor. i’ll miss the guy fighting…but life goes on. best of luck to fedor and his family. thanks for the memories. long live the emperor. Log in to Reply kdaddy61987 July 1, 2012 Are some people actually dismissing fedor cause he didnt fight in the ufc? Or the fact he would like to get a 9-5 job to spend more time with his family? Who are these people, hey how did vitor,randleman,liddel,pulver,coleman,barnett do in pride? Fedor is easily the greatest hw mma fighter of all time and i for one will see watching him fight. Log in to Reply RiverCityLocos July 1, 2012 @rjcowger Emelianenko maybe never fought in UFC but he Fought in Pride FC. The most savage MMA organization in the world. Pride was a vale tudo, soccer kicks, smashing heads with footsteps, 10 minutes first rounds, not early stoppages, blood everywhere. Log in to Reply dazzers July 1, 2012 damn that security guard looks shifty lol Log in to Reply DeadSheep July 1, 2012 @rjcowger Pride FC was the real proving ground. Shogun, Rampage, Hendo, Anderson Silva, Wanderlei Silva were all former Pride fighters. The competition was tough and Japanese MMA rules were brutal. It’s a shame that some of these guys were past their prime before MMA became the powerhouse it is now. Maybe Fedor isn’t the best, but he deserves the respect he has gained and the people who say otherwise haven’t done their research. As far as arguing who the best is, there is no point. The only way to truly know the answers is to have a time machine and bring these fighters together when they are at their peak…sadly that isn’t possible:( Log in to Reply sooooopernate July 2, 2012 I tend to think that Fedor was a bit overrated, but it’s still a shame that he never fought in the UFC. I mean, if Dana would’ve gotten him to fight Brock… that would’ve been the equivalent to Mayweather Pacquiao for mma. Despite his last 3 fights in StrikeForce (which I think showed his age more than illegitimacy) he will go down in history as one of the most feared heavyweights in mma. Se la vie. Log in to Reply Oswald Cobblepott July 2, 2012 From a true Fedor fan who followed from early Pride days…Fedor is soft for not joining the UFC. What for fight, if not the best in the world, not to mention how the UFC was offering 26-million to him. WEAK! Log in to Reply Twana July 2, 2012 So happy Fedor treated Dana ******* While and the U****C as shit and didn’t compete…….. Log in to Reply carsonhill July 3, 2012 I’ll repeat what i said earlier. President saw competition (FEDOR) Pres talked relentless shit Fans wanted to see competition in ufc So prez offered contract Fedor turned down contract. President went back to talking shit. In the words of the late Don the predator Frye. “I’ll tell ya the Russians don’t like being told what to do.. especially by some panzy (dana)” Long live Fedor. All fight. Not talk. Great guy. nobody’s bitch Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.