Many fans believe that Russian heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko wasn’t just the best fighter in his division, but of all time. Here for the first time you can watch seven of his biggest fights and decide for yourself.
The original UFC heavyweight champion and 2000 PRIDE Openweight Gran Prix king, Mark Coleman, explodes out of his corner and gives reigning PRIDE champ Fedor a hell of a fight in this PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight Grand Prix fight.
Fedor takes on another former UFC heavyweight champion in the muscular form of Kevin “The Monster” Randleman in this never-to-be-forgotten clash. Randleman hits a German suplex/tigerdriver that simply has to be seen the be believed…
Fedor locks horns with Japanese national icon Ogawa, a seven-time world champion and Olympic silver medalist judoka. Ogawa entered the ring undefeated in seven pro fights and with the entire nation of Japan in his corner.
Fedor’s detractors said the reigning champ had been “running” from Cro Cop but, finally, two of PRIDE's greatest ever heavyweights collided in this world title main event. Cro Cop was in the form of his life - and many predicted the title would change hands.
Kiwi slugger and world kickboxing icon Hunt had already defeated the likes of Wanderlei Silva and Mirko Cro Cop in PRIDE, and many were predicting a wild shootout as “The Last Emperor” Fedor defended his PRIDE FC world title.