In honor of Fedor’s first consequential fight in nearly three years, we’ll be devoting our coverage this week to the career of one of the sport’s all-time greats. We’ll be releasing new stats and analysis every day this week. Here’s the Fedor Week schedule:
Monday: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Semmy Schilt
Tuesday: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira I
Wednesday: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira III
Thursday: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Mirko “CroCop” Filipovic
Friday: Fedor Emelianenko Career TPR Report
Check out how Fedor fared in his first Pride fight and make sure to come back this week for more Fedor fun.
Source:It's Fedor Week!
Stephen Quinn, UFC – The biggest mixed martial arts card of the Summer of 2008 hits Minneapolis’ Target Center this Saturday night. But who will emerge victorious in the pivotal bouts between Georges St-Pierre and Jon Fitch, Heath Herring and Brock Lesnar, and Kenny Florian and Roger Huerta? If you want to get the inside edge in your UFC Fantasy Game league, you need to read on…
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Greg Savage and Jeff Sherwood returned to the Sherdog Radio Network on Wednesday, and were joined by UFC welterweight Steve Bruno (Pictures)
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Elliot Worsell, UFC – Georges ‘Rush’ St-Pierre is as bilingual inside the Octagon as he is outside it. He speaks French to family and friends, Portuguese when honing his jiu-jitsu in Brazil and English when dealing with the majority of the world’s media. He stopped Matt Serra with knees, Matt Hughes via armbar and Frank Trigg via rear naked choke. You’d be hard pressed to find a weakness in GSP’s MMA arsenal or his adaptability to culture. Well-rounded. Faultless.
Source:Georges St-Pierre: In no ‘Rush’ to leave the limelight
Sherdog.com’s Greg Savage and Dave Mandel sat down with Roger Huerta (Pictures) to discuss his bout with lightweight star Kenny Florian (Pictures) at UFC 87 in Minneapolis
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Debbie Lee, UFC – This past April at UFC Fight Night, a sold-out crowd filed into Colorado’s Broomfield Event Center for a highly-anticipated match between two East Coast alums of The Ultimate Fighter: the older, seasoned Kenny Florian versus the younger up-and-comer Joe Lauzon. According to Florian, the self-proclaimed “finisher,” the Massachusetts showdown went exactly according to plan.
Source:Never Satisfied, Kenny Florian Keeps His Nose to The Grindstone