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Sunday, June 27, 2010

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Fedor Loses And Defeated By Fabricio Werdum

Fabricio Werdum defeated Fedor Emelianenko in the first round on Saturday night at HP Pavilion in San Jose, California. This is the first defeat for Fedor Emelianenko in 10 years. Fedor Emelianenko made an error by carelessly jumping into the Brazilian's guard. Emelianenko was failed to establish the position, giving his head and left arm exposed. From their, Fabricio Werdum never gave a chance to Emelianenko to bounce back and Fedor felt on Werdum's hip. Match referee, John McCarthy called off the first round.


Name Fedor Emelianenko
Nick Name The Last Emperor
Record 31 - 3 - 0 (Win - Loss - Draw) ( 1 NC )
Wins 8 (T)KOs ( 25.81 %)
16 Submissions ( 51.61 %)
7 Decisions ( 22.58 %)
Losses 2 (T)KOs ( 66.67 %)
1 Submissions ( 33.33 %)
Association Red Devil Sport Club
Height 6'0" (183cm)
Weight 230lbs (105kg)
Birth Date 1976-09-28
City Stary Oskol, Belgorod Oblast
Country Russia

Fedor was on the ground with Rogers he never took advantage of the situation. In the second round Fedor generated a few seconds of excitement with a flurry of blocked punches against the cage, right around this point is when Rogers got a little too highly likely that the two will meet again very soon as the next President's Cup is coming up and a rubber match between the champions will be inevitable.

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The fight, a tournament bout, was stopped after approximately 15 seconds when Emelianenko received a significant cut from an illegal elbow from Kohsaka. Normally, a stoppage caused by an illegal strike would result in a no contest or a DQ victory for the recipient. Until tapping out to Fabricio Werdum on June 26, 2010, Emelianenko had one official loss on his record (to Tsuyoshi Kohsaka), though it came under highly irregular circumstances.

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