Keep in mind, Andrei Arlovski did better against Bigfoot Silva than Fedor Emelianenko. Arlovski also knocked out Roy Nelson, something that Junior Dos Santos couldn’t achieve in three arduous rounds. That has to count for something in this crazed universe we all inhabit. On the flip side, Datsik knocked out Arlovski in his very first professional MMA bout, so I’m not sure where that fits in this existential equation. Regardless, no more Russian roulette Arlovski. Leave the gun at home. If you see Paulo Filho walking down the street and he suggests you go ‘fishing,’ just don’t listen to him Andrei. Don’t do it. Stay on track and continue your path, just don’t get ‘Fedored’ anymore.
Today at the ONE FC press conference in Manilla, Philippines, Andrei Arlovski laid out his entire gameplan for his debut in ONE FC, and it doesn’t involved doing some crazy flying knee.
I’m not going to jump again like I did to Fedor. I lost a lot of money. I learned from those fights.
Wait, lost a lot of money? From what I remember, he made a cool $1,500,000 for 194 seconds of work. Unless The Pitbull bet his entire Affliction purse against Fedor, I would say he’s doing alright. [Source]