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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Jose Aldo vs. #3 Fedor Emelianenko. Vote now! Fedor 2, GSP 0. For the second time in the BE's Baddest tournament series, Fedor Emelianenko and Georges St. Pierre have squared off late in the tournament. And for the second time, The Last Emperor has stood tall. Fedor took out GSP by a score of 55-46, earning his spot (and the last spot) in the Final Four. Today, we dive headfirs read news >>

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Former UFC champion Randy Couture ponders the ‘Greatest of All Time’ in MMA. read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #3 Fedor Emelianenko vs. #4 Georges St. Pierre. Vote now! Well, that was not pretty. Another contender stepped up to face The Spider, and another was crushed. #2 seed Bas Rutten, fresh off his win over Jon Jones, had absolutely nothing for #1 seed Anderson Silva, who rolled through him with ease. A sign of things to come when Silva returns to the cage Saturday night? In our tourna read news >>

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BloodyElbow’s Karim Zidan rounds up the latest news, updates, and videos from across the world in Russia and the Caucasus. The proliferation of Russian MMA over the past few years has become impossible to deny. There are approximately 30 fighters on the UFC roster of Russian origin and that number is gradually rising with each passing month. With an endless array of prospects in Russia, as well as the North Caucasus regions of Chechnya and Dagestan, it can get difficult trying to keep up with th read news >>

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Which saves Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) the trouble of making a counteroffer. Bellator MMA President Scott Coker, who partnered with M-1 Global a few years back to co-promote mixed martial arts (MMA) events headlined by former PRIDE heavyweight deity Fedor Emelianenko, was back in Japan over the Christmas break to watch some international MMA. And place a blank check upon the throne of "The Last Emperor," though his efforts were fruitless. "He's made it very clear he doesn't want to fig read news >>

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Scott Coker went to Japan late last month in part because of one man: Fedor Emelianenko. The Bellator MMA president was in attendance at the Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye show in Tokyo on New Year's Eve knowing the potential of speaking to Emelianenko about returning to the United States to fight for his organization. Coker didn't get the answer he was hoping for. "He's made it very clear he doesn't want to fight right now," Coker said Friday night after Bellator 132 in Temecula, Calif. "He didn't say he neve read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #2 Mirko Cro Cop vs. #3 Fedor Emelianenko. Vote now! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Machida era. The former UFC Light Heavyweight champion and resident #1 seed has claimed his spot in the elite 8. Lyoto Machida easily rolled over #4 seed Vitor Belfort by an impressive score of 71-13. Now things get tough as Machida takes on #2 Anthony Pettis with a spot in the Final 4 up for read news >>

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Mirko Filipovic made it two-for-two against Satoshi Ishii by knocking him out in round two on Dec. 31, 2014 at the Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2014 hybrid event inside Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan (see it). Afterward, things got a little heated inside the ring, as Kazayuki Fujuta got on the mic and challenged "Cro Cop" to fisticuffs. Mirko didn't take too kindly to Fujita's challenge and almost went two-for-two against "Iron Jaw" as well. That's when all hell broke loose, as both parties had to be sepa read news >>

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Multiple sources confirmed to BlooydElbow.com that Fedor Emelianekno is still not interested in a comeback. Over the past few weeks, rumours about a potential Fedor Emelianenko return have run rampant throughout the MMA sphere. Those speculations were later fuelled Bellator CEO Scott Coker, who revealed that he was interested in talking to Fedor about a potential fight in Bellator. However, it appears his attempt have been in vain, as numerous sources have confirmed to BloodyElbow.com that Fedor read news >>

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Wanderlei Silva and Fedor Emelianenko, two of the most popular fighters from the Pride FC era, have returned to ring in the New Year Japanese MMA style. read news >>

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During the holiday week, Scott Coker, President of Bellator MMA, told MMAFighting.com that they have reached out to Brock Lesnar to show interest in his services. Now, just before the new year, Coker speaks of another great heavyweight the company is interested in bringing in. His hame is Fedor Emelianenko. According to a report from Tristen Critchfield of Sherdog, Coker will be in attendance at the Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2014 in Tokyo on New Year's Eve, and he expects to have discussions with the form read news >>

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Bellator CEO, Scott Coker will be headed to Japan for New Year's Eve and plans to approach Fedor to gauge interest on a possible return to MMA action. Since taking over Bellator, Scott Coker has set about making changes and signing fighters that fans want to see (thank you so much for Manheof and Schilling). He has been very forthright about snatching up every free agent they can get their hands on, and will more than likely engage in legal warfare with the very formidable UFC over contract righ read news >>

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Wanna hear something crazy? Brock Lesnar could fight Fedor Emelianenko in 2015. Wanna hear something even crazier? It could happen in Bellator. Or Strikeforce 2.0, depending on how you look at it. It sounds like a punchline, considering both fighters are retired from mixed martial arts (MMA), but Bellator President Scott Coker has made contact with former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar to let him know that he should weigh his options before signing on any dotted lines. That's according to read news >>

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Scott Coker is making it abundantly clear that he isn’t simply content with being No. 2. read news >>

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