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Fedor Emelianenko remains an inspiration to many, will only return to MMA with god’s will
After recently retiring and walking off into the sunset, leaving behind what could arguably be considered the most legendary legacy in MMA history, Fedor Emelianenko continues to tour Russia and other neighboring countries, teaching various seminars and masterclasses to up and coming youth interested in a career in combat sports.
Fedor was recently featured on a british news segment inspiring young minds, teaching his techniques and methods to up and coming fighters while remaining a fitting role model for all those who watch and listen.
As always Fedor was questioned regarding a potential return to the very sport in which he created his legacy. You can view the segment and his response in the video below.