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vBookie Event: Fedor Emelianenko vs Jaideep Singh (Rizin Fighting WGP 2015)
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Fedor Emelianenko vs Jaideep Singh (Rizin Fighting WGP 2015)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Fedor Emelianenko 10/111 F (0.09) 2 250315 WIN!
Draw 100/1 (100.00) 0 0  
Jaideep Singh 69/10 (6.90) 1 20000  

 
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-27-2015, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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Rizin Fighting: Fedor Emelianenko vs Jaideep Singh




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As expected, Fedor Emelianenko (35-4) made quick work of Jaideep Singh (2-1) in his first bout in more than three years when he picked up a first-round TKO victory.

Emelianenko didn’t need much to get past Singh. After he figured out how to navigate the height and reach advantage of his opponent, the former PRIDE heavyweight champion advanced into range to work for a takedown. He got it from the help of a body lock, and Singh was immediately placed in danger.

Singh struggled to find a secure way to escape from the bottom as Emelianenko patiently landed strikes and waited for an opening to move in for the kill. Singh flipped over onto his back and allowed “The Last Emperor” into side control, and from there Emelianenko hammered away from punches to the head until Singh decided to tap out and the referee stopped the fight.

After retiring from MMA competition in in June 2012, Emelianenko showed almost no signals of being a significantly deteriorated fighter, even if Singh had minimal tools to expose potential flaws. Nevertheless, Emelianenko has now won four consecutive bouts dating back to November 2011.
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