The Fedor backlash continues
When the time comes that your difficulties outside of the ring overshadow what you've done inside of it, some course correction is probably in order. But it might be too late for Fedor Emelianenko.
When Emelianenko became a free agent in 2009, the best money and quality of opposition was in the UFC. For reasons that might have a lot to do with the obtuse strategy of his management and a little to do with the abrasive negotiating approach of Dana White, Emelianenko headed ...
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