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Fedor Emelianenko

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Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko (1976) – the legendary champion on fights without rules, was born in 1976 in Rubezhnoe, Lugansk region. The undefeated fighter has many titles, including the title of world champion on the version of “Pride”, according to the “Rings”, the champion of Pride Grand Prix, three times world champion in sambo. The athlete conducts fights in the heavyweight category. The physical data of Fedor are as follows: height 183 cm, weight 104 kg. Of the 26 fights, the athlete won 25.
The sportsman was born in a family of workers (gas electric welder, crane operator).
In 1978, a family from Ukraine moved to Russia, the city of Stary Oskol. In the biography of Fedor Emelianenko, the fascination with martial arts was manifested at the age of 10 years. Then he started studying in the Sambo and Judo section, where Vasily Ivanovich Gavrilov was the coach. In 1987, Fedor entered the sports class of Vladimir Voronov, the coach. After graduating from school in 1991, the athlete began to study in a vocational school. A year after his graduation in 1995 began his service in the army. After serving, in 1997, Fedor again began to intensively engage in sports and participate in competitions. In the same year, the athlete won the first international sambo competition. Also in 1997 he was awarded the title of master of sports in judo. In 1998, Fedor won the international Sambo competition.
So in the biography of Fedor Emelianenko was received the second title of master of sports, now in sambo.
In addition, 1998 brought many other victories in the treasury of the achievements of the athlete. Fedor won the first and third places in the Russian judo championship, took third place in the Sambo Championship. Also the sportsman became the champion in the competitions of the armed forces of Russia, and in the absolute weight category of this competition took the second place. The following year Fedor Emelianenko won international competitions in sambo. Then the team of the athlete at the European Championships was the first.
However, the athlete did not stop there. In 2000, he began to study the technique of hand-to-hand fighting in the coach Alexander Mikhchkov. Fedor began to participate in battles without rules, and first in a more humane version of the “Rings”. Immediately achieving considerable results, in 2001 Fedor became the world champion in this version of the fights without rules. After that, the athlete moved to a more prestigious version – “Pride”. Violent rules of “Pride” allow you to beat the opponent in a lying position with your legs and hands in the head, and if the soldier is flunked – to finish him off.
Without stopping to engage in sambo, Fedor won the Russian championship in 2002, then the World Championships in Greece. In Panama, Fedor became the first in the absolute weight category at the World Championship in Combat Sambo. Then in 2003 Fedor Emelianenko won the title of world champion in fights without rules “Pride” version, defeating former champion Antonio Rodrigo Nagieira. Many of the strongest fighters were defeated in the fight with Fedor, among them Sam Schilt, Heath Hiring, Kazuyuki Fujita, Gary Goodridge.
In 2004, in the biography of Fedor Emelianenko, several outstanding fights were held with rivals such as Kevin Rendleman, Naoya Ogawa, Mark Coleman, Antonio Nogueira. Fedor received two more titles: the champion of the Grand Prix, the world champion in fights without rules “Pride” version. The following year, the athlete for the third time became the world champion “Pride”, and also became a three-time champion in sambo. In 2006, Fedor Emelianenko was awarded the title of four-time world champion in fights without rules under the version of Pride.
So, in the biography of Fedor Emelianenko there were many victories. The athlete is a master of sports in sambo and judo, has a national award “Golden Belt”.

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