Scientists have studied the tape from last November’s Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers and have come to the conclusion that the ‘blood’ that dripped from Fedor’s nose was actually coolant fluid that leaked out from a ruptured tube in his central processing unit. This coolant fluid is the same liquid that appears in Terminator 2: Judgment day which consequently enabled Jonathan Mostow to make a sub-par third film of an otherwise rawesome franchise (thankfully Christian Bale flipped out long enough to make Terminator Salvation a redeemable flick). Comparing Fedor Emelianenko to a human is like comparing my 2001 Daewoo Lanos to the friggin Death Star. One could take you to 0-60 in a mere 13 seconds, the other can erase entire planets from the galaxy.
In short, you’re lying to yourself if you deny that Fedor is the number one pound-for-pound MMA fighter in the history of the sport. Granted, ‘p4p’ is an arbitrary term that’s open to endless interpretation, however if you’re going to make a list of the best p4p fighters and Fedor isn’t on the top of that list, it’s invalid.
Fedor is amazing and this video is dedicated to every TUF noob who refuses to accept that fact.