HomeFight Videos Fedor Emelianenko vs Jeff Monson Fight Video M-1 Bruno November 20, 2011 Fight Videos 87 Comments M-1 Global Fedor vs Monson MMA fight videos of Fedor Emelianenko (31-4) vs Jeff Monson (43-12). The bout took place on November 20, 2011 in Moscow, Russia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tweet Pin It Wanderlei Silva Says Cung Le Looks More Like A Real Fighter With His New Nose Cung Le vs. Wanderlei Silva Fight Gifs UFC 139 87 Comments « Older Comments dag November 20, 2011 good showing on fedors part!!! Log in to Reply robert November 20, 2011 considering Fedor didn’t get hurt AT ALL and dominated Monson this was a good performance by Fedor. looks like Fedor is changing some things this is the first time i’ve seen him use leg kicks that much and was very effective with it. his punches aren’t all looping anymore. i still want to see him fighting top guys in the UFC he still has sharp powerful punches and is very quick for a heavy weight. Log in to Reply JJ November 20, 2011 and what if FE was never that good? He’s was on Japanese circuit and guys who made their careers there usually have problems in American UFC/Strikeforce/Bellator environment. There are exceptions but there are just this – exceptions. Log in to Reply Powertele November 20, 2011 Fedor would not have lost as many if he would have been more apprehensive as in this fight. Your fear keeps you alive and safe. Log in to Reply truth November 20, 2011 here comes the zufa zombies that once used to be on fedors coc…. Log in to Reply Powertele November 20, 2011 Also, fight analysis was that Fedor being the smaller heavyweight would not do we in a cage because it cuts off your action. The ring allows him to move and do what a smaller faster fighter can do. It’s like when my 8 year older brother would kick my ass. In the house I was in trouble, outside, I had many more options and could run too. Log in to Reply Jammy man November 20, 2011 Fader lol Log in to Reply sctnia November 20, 2011 Weak sauce, “Fader.” Just plain weak sauce. Log in to Reply BamBam November 20, 2011 @ericsson-a bum? really you ass? you are grade A moron!!!!!! great crowd the applauded Monson,unlike the american crowd that’s always booing the foreign fighters,learn some respect!!!!! Monson throw something next time,anything,just throw!!!! Log in to Reply Rico Suave November 20, 2011 LOL @ Powertele! that was a pretty good analogy! This was a bad fight, I’ve said this before but again, it would be in Fedor’s best interests as a mixed martial artist to work other camps, he cant keep doing the same old things and expect to immprove and be a complete fighter, he’s 35 and can still do some great things in this sport, look at Randy Couture, Dan Henderson and others, I’m not saying he has to fight into his 40’s but I would say he’s got 3 or 4 more years to fight at a high level IF he makes the necessary changes! Log in to Reply rob November 20, 2011 this is how he should of fought his last couple fights. glad to see him win Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim November 20, 2011 well at least we got a good 10 years out of fedor before he turned GSP Log in to Reply Dman November 20, 2011 Man, **** you guys who want to see him lose. So what? He’s past his prime. The sun sets for every athlete. Log in to Reply Fantasy Land November 20, 2011 Looks like a fighter that has lost his confidence to me! He is a shadow of his former self. Hesitant, unwilling to stay in the pocket for long, not fully committing to his shots. All the hallmarks of a fighter that has lost his mojo. I am Fedor fan, but he looks very much finished now. Log in to Reply mmaok November 20, 2011 Its Fade-or, Fade-or. A can beating another can. Log in to Reply ruddo293 November 20, 2011 think fedor needed this win more less to rebuild his confidence as a fighter. Not sure exactly where his career will end up after this win. Monson is definitely not a legitimate threat in the HW division . I would like to see him negotiate a contract with the UFC @ 205lbs. He would be too small for HW at this point. I understand he has fought bigger guys most of his career, but i think LHW would be the best weight class for him right now. Log in to Reply Klopper November 20, 2011 Who is that idiot announcer?? “Gotta give him credit, Monson is following his game plan, too.” What?? Of eating the leather off of Fedor’s right glove? Ridiculous–I watched it with the sound off. Fedor looked crisp and sharp, and Monson never touched him. Fedor stuffed Monson’s takedowns like nothing. I was worried though, when I saw Fedor’s paunch. It would be nice to see him get ripped and try a comeback. Log in to Reply JoeDog November 21, 2011 Fatter fader. Is it over yet? Log in to Reply MMAMessiah November 21, 2011 @Powertele the cage had noting to do with any of Fedor’s losses. Against Werdum he got caught after knocking him down and against Henderson he got countered while raining down blows in a position that is benefited by having a cage. Log in to Reply FedorFailsAgain November 21, 2011 Wow Fail-ure manages to win one. Congratulations boy I knew you had it in ya!!! On a related note I don’t know why so many people were calling Fedor the greatest of all time when if you took 5 mins to look at his fight record he was fighting a bunch of UFC wash outs and Japanese no-body, never-beens. Sorta like Matt Hughe’s resume but with less quality names. Log in to Reply jonnyx November 21, 2011 decent fight to get ‘Fader’ back on the horse. monson hasn’t been relevant in years if ever. he’s decent and can take a punch but thats it, no stand up whatsoever. ‘Fader’ needs to get ripped and tear up 205 light heavy weight and get a rematch with Werdum and maybe one with Hendo. then retire. hendo fader 2 would be good. Log in to Reply judomaster November 21, 2011 was that fight fixed or had Fedor the perfect fight plan for monson. Fedor fought on distance, very disciplined, took no risk. But monson didn’t or couldn’t do nothing. We schould wait for next fedor fight. Log in to Reply greengiant November 21, 2011 fedor was just trying to get another win and gain his confidence back.all you smack talkers don’t know what its like to be in that position and never will. Log in to Reply bigbadman November 21, 2011 Fedor dominated this fight and did what he needed to do to get the much needed win. Most of the comments above suck! Fedor fought cautiously and needed to after coming off 3 back to back losses. Good game plan, good win!!! Log in to Reply gunnyhighway99 November 21, 2011 Unimpressive win, but a good win nonetheless for Fedor. He got tricked by Werdum, and he was too quick to try to finish Hendo: he lost both fights. Sure, Monson was sort of a can, but Fedor stayed calm and took his shots to win the fight. Monson was playing Mongoose from the start, but Fedor didn’t fall for it. A couple of good wins and Fedor will be good as new. Log in to Reply Bcuz November 21, 2011 HAHA so funny how everyone tlks bad about fedor now I remember just a few months ago when everyone wasriding his DICK Log in to Reply johnny6pack November 21, 2011 I feel bad for Jeremy Horn, having to dig some sense out of that terrible play-by-play. Also, I believe at one point, the play-by-play guy had a mouth full of jawbreakers, because he actually said “Fader Mamaneko”. ****, really? Log in to Reply Powertele November 21, 2011 @ Rico-Thank you. I love all of the keyboard haters that most of you have never fought before. We loved Fedor when it was mainly Pride and he was throwing up prayers to get wins, now you guys just hate. Makes me wonder do you guys treat your friends that way. Fair-weather friends. Whatever, none of you guys would say that to any fighter in the gym and then do sparring session. Keep hating. Log in to Reply Rodef November 21, 2011 Fedor was flawless in strategy and execution. Fastest ****ing heavyweight striker in the world. Log in to Reply Dogpitt November 21, 2011 For 20 mins I was pratically screaming “…its EMELIANKO!!!” The commentator seemed to know nothing about MMA, saying something about Fedor having 10 year of supremacy in “the MMA”… Log in to Reply symphony x November 21, 2011 man monson looked slow. Log in to Reply Chacarron November 21, 2011 Funny how everyone was all over Fedor a little more than a year ago and now everyone hates the guy….sad to see how many fat asses eating doritos on their keyboard simply start bashing on fighters as soon as they lose a few times…if he enjoys to fight…well then let him so regardless of whether he’s not a Cyborg as everyone thought he was. Log in to Reply demjay November 21, 2011 nice to see a more dimentional fedor, really like his leg strikes. very dominant fight too a good bjj champion like moonson. adcc absolute champ i may add. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick November 21, 2011 Monson just became a guy that I don’t like because of his Thales Leites-Werdum style of fighting.And great grapplers are mostly my favorite fighters.Maia is better at grappling then those 3 and he fought the best striker in MMA and he didn’t lay once on his back like a retard waiting for a guy who obviously won’t just go in the ground with you. Log in to Reply snype6969 November 22, 2011 @theaddiuslustre, right on. all these chumps dont understand. no one has taken out fedor standing. cain woulda got ktfo…………. and let the hate rain Log in to Reply Throne November 22, 2011 Fedor isn’t any less sharp….this was just an extremely fixed fight. Not in who won or lost, but that Fedor did not knock out a guy who’s been KO’d by Rizzo and Rico. Fedor could have finished this one at any time he wished. Log in to Reply paddedummy November 23, 2011 Fedor would have kicked the sh!t out of Werdum, Big foot and Hendo if he fought them all cautiously like this. The comparison to GSP was apt, when he lossed to Matt Serra he got ktfo by a stumpy grappler who is basically the 175 pound version of Jeff Monson. Good gameplan, Fedor would have probably lossed 4 in row if he would have done his stupid impression of Wanderlai Silva again. Fighting smart like this, Fedor owns JDS Log in to Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.