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Fedor Emelianenko

"The Last Emperor" Fedor Emelianenko

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  • Given Name: Фёдор Влади́мирович Емелья́ненко, Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko
  • MMA Record: 36-4-0, 1 NC (Win-Loss-Draw)
  • Nickname: The Last Emperor
  • Current Streak: 5 Wins
  • Age: 40 | Date of Birth: 1976.09.28
  • Last Fight: June 17, 2016 in FNR
  • Weight Class: Heavyweight | Last Weigh-In: 233.5 lbs
  • Affiliation: Alexander Nevsky (Stary Oskol)
  • Height: 6'0" (183cm) | Reach: 74.5" (189cm)
  • Career Disclosed Earnings: $1,100,000 USD
  • Born: Rubizhne, Luhansk, Ukrainian SSR
  • Fighter Pages: Sherdog  |  Wikipedia  |  The UG  |  Promoter
  • Fighting out of: Stary Oskol, Belgorod, Russia
  • Personal Pages: Twitter  |  Official Site  |  Instagram
  • College: N/A
  • Foundation Style: Sambo
  • Head Coach: Volk Han
  • Other Coaches: Andrei Kopylov

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Fedor Emelianenko MMA Fight Record

Record by Year and By Promotion

Pro Results Opponent Event Date
Confirmed Upcoming Bout

Us Matt Mitrione
36-4-0 11-5-0

Us Bellator NYC: Sonnen vs. Silva
Co-Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2017.06.24
Cancelled Bout Matt Mitrione Bellator 172 2017.02.18
Reason: Mitrione Withdrew Due to Kidney Stones on Fight Night
Win | Decision | Majority
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Br Fábio Maldonado
35-4-0 22-9-0

Ru Fight Nights Global 50: Emelianenko vs. Maldonado
Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2016.06.17
Odds: -1200 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.5 lbs (105.9 kgs) | Referee: Viktor Korneev
Win | Submission | Punches
3:02 Round 1 of 3

In Jaideep Singh
34-4-0 2-0-0

Jp RIZIN Fighting World Grand Prix 2015: Day 2
Co-Main Event | Heavyweight | 120 kg

2015.12.31
Odds: -1700 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 236.0 lbs (107.0 kgs) | Referee: John McCarthy
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
1:24 Round 1 of 3

Br Pedro Rizzo
33-4-0 19-9-0

Ru M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Rizzo
Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2012.06.21
Odds: -1300 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 235.0 lbs (106.6 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
2:29 Round 1 of 3

Jp Satoshi Ishii
32-4-0 4-1-1

Jp Dream: Fight For Japan! New Year! 2011
Main Event | Heavyweight | 120 kg

2011.12.31
Odds: -550 (Heavy Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.7 lbs (106.0 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Ru Jeff Monson
31-4-0 43-12-0

Ru M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Monson
Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2011.11.20
Weigh-In: 238.3 lbs (108.1 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Loss | KO/TKO | Punches
4:12 Round 1 of 3

Us Dan Henderson
31-3-0 27-8-0

Us Strikeforce: Fedor vs Henderson
Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2011.07.30
Odds: -270 (Moderate Favorite) Upset Defeat | Weigh-In: 223.0 lbs (101.2 kgs) | Referee: Herb Dean
#82 Greatest Fight of All Time
#13 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2011
#30 Greatest Comeback of All Time
#6 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2011
#14 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
#33 Biggest Upset of All Time
#48 Greatest Knockout of All Time
Loss | KO/TKO | Injury
5:00 Round 2 of 3, 10:00 Total

Br Antônio Silva
31-2-0 15-2-0

Us Strikeforce: Fedor vs Silva
Main Event | Tournament Quarterfinal | 265 lbs

2011.02.12
Odds: -440 (Heavy Favorite) Upset Defeat | Weigh-In: 230.0 lbs (104.3 kgs) | Referee: Dan Miragliotta
#18 Biggest Upset of All Time
#49 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2011
#29 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2011
Loss | Submission | Choke
1:09 Round 1 of 3

Br Fabrício Werdum
31-1-0 13-4-1

Us Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Werdum
Main Event | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2010.06.26
Odds: -490 (Heavy Favorite) Upset Defeat | Disclosed Pay: $400,000 Base | Weigh-In: 229.0 lbs (103.9 kgs) | Referee: John McCarthy
#2 Best MMA Submission of the Year 2010
#2 Biggest Upset of All Time
#12 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2010
#3 Greatest Submission of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
1:48 Round 2 of 5, 6:48 Total

Us Brett Rogers
30-1-0 10-0-0

Us Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers
Main Event | Title Match | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2009.11.07
Odds: -578 (Heavy Favorite) | Weigh-In: 232.0 lbs (105.2 kgs) | Referee: John McCarthy
#54 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#21 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2009
Win | Submission | Armlock
Exhibition Bout
3:27 Round 1 of 1

Nl Gegard Mousasi
30-1-0 26-2-1

Us M-1 Global
Main Card | Open Weight

2009.08.28
Weigh-In: 231.0 lbs (104.8 kgs)
Win | Submission | Leglock
Exhibition Bout
2:53 Round 1 of 1

Jp Shinya Aoki
30-1-0 20-4-0

Jp M-1 Global
Main Card | Open Weight

2009.04.29
Walkout Music: Era - Enae Volare (Mezzo)
Win | KO/TKO | Punch
3:14 Round 1 of 5

By Andrei Arlovski
29-1-0 15-5-0

Us Affliction 2: Day of Reckoning
Main Event | Title Defense | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2009.01.24
Odds: -346 (Moderate Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $300,000 Base | Weigh-In: 230.0 lbs (104.3 kgs) | Referee: John McCarthy
#10 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#18 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2009
Win | Submission | Choke
0:36 Round 1 of 5

Us Tim Sylvia
28-1-0 24-4-0

Us Affliction 1: Banned
Main Event | Title Match | Heavyweight | 265 lbs

2008.07.19
Odds: -328 (Moderate Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $300,000 Base | Weigh-In: 230.0 lbs (104.3 kgs) | Referee: Herb Dean
#69 Greatest Submission of All Time
Win | Submission | Armlock
1:54 Round 1 of 2

Kr Hong Man Choi
27-1-0 1-0-0

Jp Yarennoka!: New Years Eve 2007
Main Event | Super Heavyweight

2007.12.31
Odds: -900 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 235.0 lbs (106.6 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#48 Greatest Submission of All Time
Win | Submission | Armlock
2:58 Round 1 of 3

Us Matt Lindland
26-1-0 20-4-0

Ru Russia Regional

2007.04.14
Win | Submission | Shoulder
8:16 Round 1 of 3

Nz Mark Hunt
25-1-0 5-2-0

Jp Pride Shockwave 2006
Main Event | Title Defense | Heavyweight

2006.12.31
Odds: -650 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.0 lbs (105.7 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Submission | Armlock
1:15 Round 2 of 3, 6:15 Total

Us Mark Coleman
24-1-0 15-7-0

Us Pride 32: The Real Deal
Main Event | Heavyweight

2006.10.21
Odds: -950 (Huge Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $100,000 Base | Weigh-In: 224.0 lbs (101.6 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Submission | Punches
0:26 Round 1 of 3

Br Zuluzinho
23-1-0 5-0-0

Jp Pride Shockwave 2005
Main Card | Super Heavyweight

2005.12.31
Odds: -1400 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.0 lbs (105.7 kgs) | Referee: Daisuke Noguchi
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Hr Mirko Filipović
22-1-0 16-2-2

Jp Pride Final Conflict 2005
Co-Main Event | Title Defense | Heavyweight

2005.08.28
Odds: -210 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.0 lbs (105.7 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#1 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
#9 Greatest Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Injury
10:00 Round 1 of 2

Jp Tsuyoshi Kosaka
21-1-0 24-15-2

Jp Pride Bushido 6
Main Event | Heavyweight

2005.04.03
Weigh-In: 235.9 lbs (107.0 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Br Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
20-1-0 24-2-1

Jp Pride Shockwave 2004
Main Event | Tournament Finals

2004.12.31
Odds: -145 (Slight Favorite) | Weigh-In: 233.0 lbs (105.7 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#22 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
Win | Submission | Armlock
0:54 Round 1 of 2

Jp Naoya Ogawa
19-1-0 6-0-0

Jp Pride Final Conflict 2004
Main Card | Tournament Semifinal

2004.08.15
No Contest
3:52 Round 1 of 2

Br Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
19-1-0 23-2-1

Jp Pride Final Conflict 2004
Main Event | Tournament Finals

2004.08.15
Win | Submission | Shoulder
1:33 Round 1 of 2

Us Kevin Randleman
18-1-0 15-7-0

Jp Pride Critical Countdown 2004
Main Event | Tournament Quarterfinal

2004.06.20
Odds: -230 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 237.0 lbs (107.5 kgs) | Referee: Minoru Toyonaga
#11 Greatest Comeback of All Time
#11 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
#19 Greatest Submission of All Time
Win | Submission | Armlock
2:11 Round 1 of 2

Us Mark Coleman
17-1-0 13-5-0

Jp Pride Total Elimination 2004
Main Event | Tournament Round of 16

2004.04.25
Weigh-In: 237.0 lbs (107.5 kgs) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#93 Greatest Submission of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Jp Yuji Nagata
16-1-0 0-1-0

Jp Inoki Genome Federation
Main Card | Heavyweight

2003.12.31
Win | KO/TKO | Strikes
1:09 Round 1 of 3

Us Gary Goodridge
15-1-0 17-13-1

Jp Pride Total Elimination 2003
Main Card | Heavyweight

2003.08.10
Odds: -350 (Moderate Favorite) | Referee: Daisuke Noguchi
Win | Submission | Choke
4:17 Round 1 of 3

Jp Kazuyuki Fujita
14-1-0 9-3-0

Jp Pride 26: Bad to the Bone
Main Event | Heavyweight

2003.06.08
Odds: -1100 (Huge Favorite) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#26 Greatest Comeback of All Time
Win | Submission | Shoulder

Lt Egidijus Valavicius
13-1-0 4-2-0

Lt Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2003.04.05
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Br Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
12-1-0 19-1-1

Jp Pride 25: Body Blow
Main Event | Title Challenge | Heavyweight

2003.03.16
Odds: +140 (Slight Underdog) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#29 Greatest Fight of All Time
#6 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Injury
10:00 Round 1 of 3

Us Heath Herring
11-1-0 20-7-0

Jp Pride 23: Championship Chaos 2
Main Card | Heavyweight

2002.11.24
Odds: +140 (Slight Underdog)
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Nl Semmy Schilt
10-1-0 22-10-1

Jp Pride 21: Demolition
Main Card | Super Heavyweight

2002.06.23
Referee: Daisuke Noguchi
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Au Chris Haseman
9-1-0 18-11-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2002.02.15
Win | Submission | Choke

Lee Hasdell
8-1-0 6-10-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.12.21
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Jp Ryushi Yanagisawa
7-1-0 24-21-9

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.10.20
Win | Decision | Unanimous
2 Rounds, 10:00 Total

Br Renato Sobral
6-1-0 19-2-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.08.11
Win | Submission | Armlock

Us Kerry Schall
5-1-0 5-2-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.04.20
Win | Submission | Choke

Mihail Apostolov
4-1-0 0-0-0

Ru Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.04.06
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Br Ricardo Arona
3-0-0 2-0-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.12.22
Loss | KO/TKO | Injury

Jp Tsuyoshi Kosaka
3-0-0 18-10-2

Jp Fighting Network RINGS

2000.12.22
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Hiroya Takada
2-0-0 0-0-0

Jp Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.09.05
Win | Submission | Choke

Levon Lagvilava
1-0-0 0-0-0

Ru Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.08.16
Win | Submission | Choke

Martin Lazarov
0-0-0 0-0-0

Ru Fighting Network RINGS
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.05.21

Fedor Emelianenko Wiki Update Wiki

Fedor Emelianenko is a mixed martial arts legend, considered by many the greatest fighter in the history of the sport. Hailing from Russia, “The Last Emperor” began his martial arts training in the disciplines of Combat Sambo and Judo, and was among the world’s greatest Sambo practitioners both before and after his highly successful entrance into mixed martial arts.


Before entering the world of MMA, after finishing high school Fedor Emelianenko served in the Russian Army as a firefighter. At his best, Fedor excels at virtually all of the skills necessary to compete in top-flight MMA, including uncanny quickness and balance for a heavyweight, extraordinary takedown ability, throws and throw defense, a full arsenal of top and bottom game submissions, and legendary ground-and-pound. In recent years Fedor has also contributed one-punch or near-one-punch knockouts over some of MMA’s elite heavyweight competition, including Andrei Arlovski and Brett “The Grim” Rogers, further solidifying him as one of the most complete fighters in the sport’s history. Fedor is best known for a trilogy of dominating fights over Antonio Rodrigo “Minotauro” Nogueira in Pride (the second of which was called off due to an inadvertent cut), and his legendary win over Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic at Pride Final Conflict 2005.  
Emelianko's first fight was Nogueira was surprising because of "Big Nog's" feared submission game. Yet Fedor dared to take down Nogueira, and would bait potential submission holds in order to land punches from inside of Nogueira's guard. Their second match would end in a no contest after 3:52, but their third was another classic fight. This time Fedor would stand the majority of the fight but would still take home the decision victory.

Emelianenko has further distinguished himself with his ability to escape from dangerous, potentially fight-ending situations, including a disorienting blow to the head courtesy of Japan’s Kazuyuki “Ironhead” Fujita, a memorable suplex slam onto his head versus Kevin Randleman, and a series of deep cuts and gashes against fighters such as Matt Lindland and Brett Rogers. As such, Fedor’s ability to “find a way to win” can rightly be considered among his greatest championship attributes.


In addition to his physical and technical ability, Emelianenko is known as a master of gameplanning, particularly against Filipovic, whom Fedor elected not only to stand with, but to stalk, in the early goings of the fight, a technique he used to great effect in gaining a decision victory. His stalking was key, as Filipovic could not throw his celebrated head-kicks with full force. He also would kick "Cro Cop" without turning his hips, which would have reduced his power, but allowed him to land before Filipovic's more powerful kicks.


Also adding to the Russian’s mystique is his reliance on traditional training methods such as outdoor push-ups and pull-ups, dips and extensive road work, frequently at altitude. MMA forum and blog contributors delight in depicting “The Last Emperor” as an indestructible half-man, half-machine humanoid, à la The Terminator. Despite his smaller size in comparison to his opponents, Fedor found more success at heavyweight than most could ever hope to achieve.


The major criticism of Emelianenko was that he faced several less than remarkable opponents, such as Zuluzinho, Hong Man Choi, and Yuji Nagata. His later victories against former UFC champions Tim Sylvia and Andrei Arlovski are diminished by his detractors, due to the failings both men had after facing the "Last Emperor." 


Fedor's first legitimate loss in roughly a decade came at the hands of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Fabricio "Vai Cavalo" Werdum, who pulled off one of the sport's greatest upsets by landing a triangle choke / armbar combination on Fedor just minutes into the fight, forcing the great Russian fighter to tap. The always-humble Emelianenko accepted the loss in stride and vowed to be back.


After the lose to Werdum, Fedor entered in the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix, a Grand Prix that many people thought that Fedor would win. After being matched up with relatively unknown Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, Fedor entered the Strikeforce Cage as a heavy favorite to beat Silva, but after a brutal defeat at the hands of a much larger Silva it was a sign that the once great Fedor was not as invincible as others saw. 


As the first losing streak of Fedor's career, it seemed like Fedor's great run was at an end. Another loss occurred  to Emelianenko after he met fellow PRIDE FC alum Dan Henderson in the cage for a Strikeforce super fight. With his 3rd straight lose, Fedor went back to his winning ways after beating experienced opponent in Jeff "The Snowman" Monson in his home country of Russia. Fedor soon returned to the country that brought him great fame in his past by fighting Satoshi Ishii in Japan. After achieving his second straight win, Fedor sought to fight former UFC Title Challenger Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo in Russia under M-1 Global. After a first round knockout for Emelianenko, Fedor took this opportunity to ride off into the sunset and retire from the sport that has brought him such pride and glory throughout the MMA world.



After three years since his victory over Pedro Rizzo, Fedor Emelianenko announced on July 14, 2015 that he would come out of retirement and begin his training for his return to active competition; while also retiring from his post in the Russian Ministry of Sport.  This announcement sent shock waves throughout the MMA community and many began to speculate where Fedor would sign.  By early September, it was reported by Combat Press that Fedor Emelianenko had signed with the UFC and that the official announcement was to be made within a couple weeks.

This news was considered by many analysts and fans as an amazing feat by the UFC, because of the checkered past between the promotion and Emelianenko in prior negotiations to bring the Last Emperor into the UFC dating as far back as 2007; primarily stemming from issues between Dana White and Emelianenko's management team headed by Vadim Finkelstein during these multiple contract negotiations.  However, Dana White dispelled rumors that Fedor had signed with the organization at a UFC 193 press conference, stating that Fedor had not signed the contract the UFC had submitted to him.

After months of speculation, Fedor finally confirm who he was going to sign with at Bellator's DYNAMITE event; announcing that he had signed with RIZIN Fighting Federation, a new Japanese MMA promotion ran by former Pride FC executive Nobuyuki Sakakibara and that he would fight on their New Years Eve show.


Fedor is a current co-owner of the Russian based MMA organization M-1 Global, along with his manager, Vadim Finkelstein.


Fedor is a 1st Razryad Grand Master in Russian Sambo where he holds many gold medals, along with an international black belt in Judo. His younger brother Aleksander was also an accomplished mixed martial artist, who also retired in 2012.

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