Fedor Loses to Bigfoot Silva!

Strikeforce / M-1 Global | Bigfoot Tramples Fedor!

Category: MMA


A Bigfoot is a mythical creature that purportedly resembles a giant ape – a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid.

For the last ten years, Fedor Emelianenko has reigned atop the mixed-martial arts world with many calling him possibly the greatest mixed martial artist of all time. He was virtually undefeated. Even though he lost to Fabricio Werdum in his last fight, it was dismissed as a fluke arguing that anyone could lose to a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion like Werdum is when caught.

Until he met a Bigfoot.

In the main event of Strikeforce / M-1 Global: Fedor vs Silva on February 12, 2011 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA, Brazilian giant Antonio Silva pummeled “The Last Emperor” with an endless array of punches and submission attempts in Round 2.

After the round ended, Emelianenko’s face was a hideous mess, his right eye swollen shut with a possible cracked orbital bone. The ring doctor could do nothing but tell referee Dan Mirgaliotta to stop the fight.

[only Antonio Margarito’s face and Miguel Cotto’s face were worse after suffering a beating like this.]

At the post-fight press conference, Silva said:

“A lot of people say he has the strength of a bear. But I have the strength of a Bigfoot.”

Fedor could only say,

“Maybe it is the time to leave. Maybe it is the last time. Maybe it is my time.”

I doubt it. Fedor will return.

Check out the Fedor Emelianenko vs Antonio Silva fight video.

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8 Responses to “Strikeforce / M-1 Global | Bigfoot Tramples Fedor!”

  1. cain Says:

    Poor Fedor. He’s not the man he used to be. Dana White is having the last laugh.


    ark Reply:

    I think Fedor has regressed greatly over the years due to lack of world-class competition. He should have joined UFC so that his skill-set became better.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Bigfoot tramples the Russian bear! LOL. His face is a mess.


  3. tom Says:

    I still love Fedor…though in any kind of game there is a time to show and time to leave…and possibly a comeback later.


  4. dimaks Says:

    Fedor had his time of triumphs and I think it will be hard for him to make any comebacks, should he opt to. But that’s just me. I think he can help all the more in the sport by mentoring up coming fighters.


    ark Reply:

    Well, if you are an excellent athlete, it doesn’t mean that you can be an excellent mentor too. Or have an interest in mentoring others.

    Think of Michael Jordan. He is better suited as a team executive, not a member of the coaching staff.

    I have not even heard of Fedor having a martial arts school like Frank Shamrock or Pat Miletich.


    dimaks Reply:

    well, you are right, there must be no automatic equation there. that’s just what i thought.


  5. martial arts store Says:

    Fedor needs to up his game and add some more tools to his belt. I still feel he is a great p4p fighter, its just ashame he can’t make 205.


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