How rich is Fedor Emelianenko?


How rich is Fedor Emelianenko?

Fedor Emelianenko Net Worth:
$15 Million

Fedor Emelianenko Net Worth:

Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko (Russian: Фёдор Влади́мирович Емелья́ненко, tr. Fyodor Vladimirovich Yemelyanenko, IPA: [ˈfʲɵdər vlɐˈdʲimʲɪrəvʲɪtɕ jɪmʲɪlʲˈjanʲɪnkə]) (born 28 September 1976) is a Russian politician and retired Heavyweight mixed martial artist (MMA), sambist, and judoka. He has won championships and accolades in multiple sports, most notably in MMA Pride Fighting Championships (heavyweight champion 2003-2007), FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship (Heavyweight Champion 2002, 2005, 2007), and Russian Judo Federation National Championship (Bronze medal 1998, 1999).Emelianenko began his MMA career on May 21, 2000, with four straight victories, including a win over ADCC champion Ricardo Arona, which is considered one of his toughest fights in his career. Then came a controversial loss to Tsuyoshi Kohsaka on December 22, 2000. In his next 28 fights up until June 26, 2010 Emelianenko was unbeaten, including wins over four former UFC champions, one Pride FC champion, one former and two future K-1 champions and two former Olympic medalists. During this period he defeated eleven top-10 ranked fighters (two of them twice), in addition to winning a rematch against Kohsaka.Emelianenko has earned numerous MMA accolades over the years, including; 2008 Submission/Beatdown of the Year awards, 2009 Knockout of the Year awards, Heavyweight of the Year awards, Fighter of the Year awards and 2000s Fight of the Decade awards. Sports Illustrated, among other publications, named him the top MMA fighter of the decade. He is widely considered to have had the best ground-and-pound in the history of the sport. In addition he has been regarded for his wide ranging skills in various aspects of MMA, with MMA analyst Jack Slack writing "Very few men can claim to have Olympic alternate level judo and still able to out-strike the best kickboxer in MMA history". Sports and MMA media, ESPN, Bleacher Report, Sherdog, SB Nation (mmafighting) and Fight Matrix, list him as the greatest MMA Heavyweight fighter of all time. Emelianenko is also the longest reigning top pound for pound ranked fighter in MMA history. Former combat sports fighters Chuck Norris and Mike Tyson; current combat sports fighters such as Cain Velasquez, Junior Dos Santos, Fabricio Werdum, and Jose Aldo; and other publications have called Emelianenko the greatest mixed martial artist of all time. MMA referee John McCarthy, sports commentator Michael Schiavello and others, have compared Emelianenko's impact and legacy in MMA to the likes of Muhammad Ali, Pele, Wayne Gretzky, and their legacies in their respective sports.Between June 26, 2010 and June 21, 2012, Emelianenko suffered three consecutive losses, to top-10 ranked Heavyweight fighters Fabricio Werdum and Antonio Silva and, then reigning Strikeforce Light Heavyweight champion, Dan Henderson, followed by three consecutive wins against former ADCC champion Jeff Monson, former Olympic medalist Satoshi Ishii and former UFC Heavyweight contender
Birth date: September 28, 1976
Birth place: Rubizhne, Ukraine
Height:6 ft (1.83 m)
Weight:236 lbs (107 kg)
Profession: Mixed Martial Artist
Education: Belgorod State University
Nationality: Russia
Spouse: Oksana Emelianenko (m. 2014), Marina Emelianenko (m. 2009–2013), Oksana Emelianenko (m. 1999–2006)
Children: Masha Emelianenko, Vasilisa Emelianenko, Elizabeth Emelianenko
Parents: Vladimir Alexandrovich Emelianenko, Olga Emelianenko
Siblings: Alexander Emelianenko, Ivan Emelianenko, Marina Emelianenko
Awards: Winner: Rizin Fighting Federation, Pride Fighting Championship, FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship, Russian Judo Federation National Championship, FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship
Nominations: IWGP Heavyweight champion, PRIDE World Heavyweight Championship, PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Champion, WAMMA Heavyweight Championship, RINGS 2001 Openweight Title Tournament Winner, Hall of Fame: Class of 2014, Most Outstanding Victory of the Year Golden Belt Award (2006)
Movies: "The 5th Execution"
Source: Wikipedia

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