If you remove the tattoos from Jeff Monson and Aleksander Emelianenko’s torso you could replace the ink jet head of a EPSON Stylus R2000 Photo Printer. Alternatively, you can take all those tattoos and hand them out to 45-year-old men that want to reinvent themselves after a mid-life crisis. If tattoos could be freely distributed in the open market, Southern California would be the wealthiest region in the world.
Be like Aleksander Emelianenko — he’s your hero. The guy fights on top of mountains whenever he’s not busy losing teeth while fighting bulls on European game shows. If humanity ever switched over to a strict diet of eating just grizzly bears, Aleksander Emelianenko would be an official diplomat in the matter. When Aleksander’s hunts his bears, he uses a fork in order to skip like 72 steps from preparation to consumption. Aleksander Emelianenko’s like his bears rare. So rare that doesn’t need to go through those menial processes, like eating off a plate. In Russia, plates eat off you.
This morning, Aleksander Emelianenko fought Jeff Monson at M-1 Challenge 35 and the bout ended in a finish. Check out the fight below to find out who won (or Google it and spoil the party).