Let’s hop on the wild ride of MMA conspiracy theories and entertain Vladimir Voronov’s belief that ‘forbidden psychological technology’ was used inside the IZOD center against Fedor Emelianenko. Alright, if there was some device that interfered with brain waves, then perhaps it also disrupted the wireless internet inside the arena. Before the event began, the Wi-Fi signal was excellent, but as the fights started progress, it slowly began to degrade and eventually was rendered useless when the main event began. Whatever cellular signals emanating from mobile phones seemed to get ‘jammed’ at sporadic moments in the night, making it impossible to make any calls or receive illicit pictures of your friend’s girlfriend. After Fedor vs. Silva wrapped up, the internet instantly worked. Wait, did I just spend two minutes of your life defending Fedor’s coach’s claim that ‘forbidden psychological technology’ is to blame for Fedor’s loss against Bigfoot Silva? Damn.
“We believe that forbidden psychological technology was used… It seems to us that not everything was right, and that certain technologies were used. Not ones that could be seen by the naked eye but psychological technologies that worked on both fighters at a distance,”
“That is why during the fight Fedor was just not like himself. It seemed very strange behaviour from Fedor. He stepped into the ring and did everything exactly the opposite of what we practiced before the fight. We were all shocked! Fedor had never previously done such a thing.
“Now nearly a week passes, everything settles, and we understand why all this happened.”
Voronov also observed with suspicion the fact that Fedor seemed to look “a little depressed” while Silva “literally glowed from the overflowing of his energy”. Voronov suspects the use of a person or persons in the audience capable of “blocking energy” and “transferring energy from one person to another”.
Hopefully Fighters Only isn’t getting trolled by LifeSports.ru, because that would mean by proxy, we are being trolled. I’m not sure what ‘by proxy’ fully means, but it appears that it’s appropriate for this occasion. [Source]