Pictures: New MMA seminar by Fedor Emelianenko


Another great MMA seminar held by former Pride champion Fedor Emelianenko (35–4-0-1 MMA). This time in “Klub Edinoborstv No.1” in Moscow, Russia last Sunday. view original article >>
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