(SPONSORED CONTENT) -- Within the last couple of weeks, the world of MMA Fighting has witnessed some form of feather ruffling.
B.J. Penn and Fedor Emelianenko both saw their best years come to a close at right around the same time. So why are they both still trading brain cells for paychecks some seven years later? Because they can, and because we’ll keep watching them.Filed under: Bellator, (...)
NEW YORK – Matt Mitrione earned his signature career victory on Saturday when he knocked Fedor Emelianenko out cold in the first round of the Bellator NYC co-main event. He thinks it’s raise his standing in the sport.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, Featured (...)
The brash veteran is calling out everyone from Fedor Emelianenko to Rory MacDonald
Chael Sonnen had some pointed words for Fedor Emelianenko after grinding out Wanderlei Silva at Bellator NYC.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, Featured Videos, News, Videos
In Saturday’s Bellator NYC co-headliner, we nearly saw our first double-knockout in a major MMA promotion.Filed under: Bellator, Featured Videos, News, Videos
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Matt Mitrione got his start as a professional athlete in the NFL, but he’s had a lot more success in MMA. Mitrione, who played nine games as a defensive end for the Giants in 2002, earned the biggest win of his pro MMA career on Saturday night when he headlined a Bellator MMA card at…
Matt Mitrione pummeled 40-year-old MMA heavyweight great Fedor Emelianenko in just 74 seconds.
Matt Mitrione beat Fedor Emelianenko, but the most memorable part of the fight wasn't the result.
Things got weird at Bellator NYC when Matt Mitrione and Fedor Emelianenko simultaneously knocked each other down.
Mitrione and Emelianenko actually knocked each other down, but Mitrione capitalized first
Matt Mitrione spoiled the long-awaited Bellator debut of heavyweight great Fedor Emelianenko on Saturday when he emerged victorious in the Bellator NYC co-main event.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News
As if things couldn’t get any weirder at the Garden.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News
More than 17 years after his legendary mixed martial arts career began, heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko is as stoic as ever ahead of his most important fight in years – one where he’s looking for redemption. Filed under: Bellator, New...
Fedor Emelianenko said he primarily fights for two things: his faith and Russia.Filed under: Bellator, Featured Videos, News, Videos
The Russian great will make his Bellator MMA debut against Matt Mitrione in the Bellator 180 co-main event on Saturday in New York.
Fedor Emelianenko has already done the retirement thing once and ended up coming back. During this current run, he’s not going to put any limitations on himself, and wants to make sure that the next time he walks away, it’s for good.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, (...)
Matt Mitrione thinks going through two camps for the same person “kind of sucks,” but feels “a little more prepared for the ground stuff” in second booking against Fedor Emelianenko.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News