Uh, not quite, because his whole career goes right up to the present. And the Fedor of the recent days (actually the last few years) has been avoiding certain types of fighters—top fighters.
That is true to a point. Although, ever since Pride died out, Fedor's been bouncing around through organizations, with M1 more concerned over the paycheck than continuing his legacy. Noone knows if this was Fedors decision, or his management.
I still hold Fedor as one of, if not the baddest man out there. He still has a chance to redeem himself to the fans, he's only 34. He needs to lose some of the pudge again, and get the Reem fight lined up and go from there.
btw, how can you not like this guy? lol