This Saturday on the upcoming Strikeforce Pay Per View, Fedor Emelianenko returns to the Strikeforce to tackle Fabricio Werdum in a non title matchup. Emelianenko is known by many as the greatest heavyweight fighter on the earth to this point, and maybe in historical past, though Brock Lesnar and Shane Carwin may say differently with regard to that claim. Nevertheless, Fedor’s claim to being the perfect is hard to dispute.
He again quoted, “It’s a G-rated programme is not it? There were numerous issues going via my mind. There must be something mistaken with my eyes. For me personally, a few of them which I thought were not out have been out and vice-versa. But at the end of the day, we gained the match. The feelings going via? My purpose was to point out a calmness, however inside I was churning.”
So from being the favorites, to being swept with just one starter even healthy sufficient to play without being too injured or ejected, what can we even say about Los Angeles this 12 months? With so many accidents, from a fractured fibula to torn plantar fascia to a torn labrum to a ruptured Achilles tendon, it’s exhausting accountable anybody for what happened to this team.