Sealing his Strikeforce debut with KO punch, former PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko aimed to continue his incredible 27 fight unbeaten streak against BJJ blackbelt Fabricio Werdum who had won three straight in three fights in Strikeforce.
Making his Strikeforce debut, the final PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko who had scored back-to-back wins over former UFC heavyweight champs took to the cage against undefeated KO artist Brett “Da Grim” Rogers with all 10 wins by strikes.
Unbeaten in 20 straight fights, PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko appeared to be more than a man could handle, so they found a mountain of a man to face him in undefeated Wagner “Zuluzinho” da Conceicao Martins who was 6’7” and 350+ pounds.
In a rematch against the one man who “beat” him, PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko who was on an absurd 18 fight unbeaten streak took to the ring to face judo blackbelt & MMA veteran Tsuyoshi Kohsaka who had won his last three fights.
The trilogy ending, title unification clash the world deserved! The established top talents in PRIDE entered the ring to decide who was the best as PRIDE heavyweight champ Fedor Emelianenko fought interim PRIDE heavyweight champ Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.
Riding an incredible 11 fight win streak, PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko was tearing through the competition with strikes & submissions and was set to face the explosive Gary “Big Daddy” Goodridge who was unbeaten in his last five fights.
This title fight sits on top of MMA’s Mount Olympus as PRIDE heavyweight champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira riding his illustrious 13 fight win streak tangled with challenger Fedor Emelianenko who was enjoying an eight fight win streak of his own.
After scoring back-to-back wins in the PRIDE ring, former #1 contender “The Texas Crazy Horse” Heath Herring would try to wrangle new heavyweight bull Fedor Emelianenko who was on a seven fight win streak including a PRIDE debut win over 6’11” Semmy Schilt.
Making his PRIDE debut, Russian Sambo specialist Fedor Emelianenko who was on a six fight win streak with four finishes entered the ring with tough & tall test ahead of him with the 6’11” karate striker Semmy Schilt who had won three straight in PRIDE via KO/TKO.