Fedor Emelianenko - MMA Seminar Pictures


The legendary russian fighter and now president of Russian MMA Union, Fedor Emelianenko (35–4-0-1 MMA), earlier today participated in the opening of a new sports complex in Orenburg, Russia. He then held a seminar for the local athletes.

Even though this russian fighter is retired, he still keep holding seminars throughout Russia, helping young athletes improve. His next seminar will take place March 10 in Moscow, read more about that here.
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