Fedor ist eine russische Form des männlichen Vornamens Theodor. Namensträger[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Fedor Altherr (–), Schweizer. Fedor ist eine slawische Umlautung des Namens Fjodor, der eine russische Form von Theodor ist. Die Namensbedeutung von Fedor ist abgeleitet von dem Namen Theodor. Die namensgebenden Worte aus dem Altgriechischen sind theos (Gott) und doron .
Fjodor Wladimirowitsch JemeljanenkoNatascha und Fedor Stepun wohnten bei Ilja Fondaminski-Bunakow, dem verwitweten Freund, der ihr Kommen sehr begrüßt haben soll In dessen. Fjodor Wladimirowitsch Jemeljanenko ist ein russischer Sambo- und MMA-Kämpfer. Emelianenko gewann mehrere Titel und Auszeichnungen in mehreren Sportarten, allen voran den Schwergewichtstitel in der Pride FC Organisation, welchen er nie verlor. Fedor ist eine russische Form des männlichen Vornamens Theodor. Namensträger[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Fedor Altherr (–), Schweizer.
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Vereinigte Staaten Jeff Monson. Vereinigte Staaten Dan Henderson. Brasilien Antonio Silva. Vereinigte Staaten Brett Rogers.
Weissrussland Andrej Arlowskij. Vereinigte Staaten Tim Sylvia. Korea Sud Choi Hong-man. Vereinigte Staaten Matt Lindland. Petersburg , Russland.
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He also became part of the Russian national team. In , due to a lack of money, Emelianenko left the Russian national team and began to compete professionally in mixed martial arts.
The defeat was controversial, by Tsuyoshi Kohsaka at the King of Kings Block B event on 22 December , via doctor stoppage due to a cut 17 seconds into the fight.
Emelianenko said that this elbow reopened a cut sustained in his previous fight against Ricardo Arona. However, Hoffman refused to fight Emelianenko, asserting he had sustained an injury to his shoulder during his previous match, and forfeited.
His next opponent was heavyweight Heath Herring , in a contest to establish the number-one heavyweight contender. Nogueira was considered by many fans to be virtually unbeatable, due to his endurance and submission skills.
Emelianenko survived Nogueira's guard, considered the most dangerous in MMA and easily defended all of Nogueira's submission attempts, dominating him for 20 minutes with a brutal ground and pound.
The judges rendered a unanimous decision and Emelianenko became the second Pride Heavyweight Champion , a title he would never lose.
Three months later Emelianenko embarked on his title defense. A heavy favorite, Emelianenko was expected to make quick work of Fujita, but was caught by a right hook that stunned him.
Badly hurt, he worked his way to a clinch, but was taken down. With Fujita unable to amount a significant attack, Emelianenko was able to recover.
He worked his way up and knocked Fujita down with body kick and a punching combo. He then submitted Fujita at in the first round with a rear naked choke.
Emelianenko broke his hand in this fight, resulting in surgery. No one has his speed and power combo. He fought for 10 years at the top.
He doesn't owe anything else to the sport. Emelianenko fought at this event as opposed to Shockwave on the same day due to a higher fight purse because of the competition between the Japanese television networks screening these events and K-1 Premium Dynamite!!
Randleman quickly scored a takedown. As Emelianenko gave his back, Randleman delivered a German suplex , slamming him to the canvas headfirst, a move that would become one of the most replayed highlights in PRIDE's and MMA's history for years to come.
Nogueira had won a decision against Emelianenko's former teammate Sergei Kharitonov earlier that night. This match was not only to decide the winner of the Grand Prix, but to unify the heavyweight championship, as Nogueira was awarded the interim title due to Emelianenko's inability to defend his championship in a timely manner in the previous year.
He overpowered the Brazilian on his feet in the first round, beating him to the punch for the first nine minutes. He was not able to implement his game plan of putting Emelianenko on his back, save for the final 30 seconds of the first round.
He was not able to pull guard for any considerable time. He got hit by body kicks that discolored his midsection. Emelianenko was then able to get the fight to the ground and land several body shots, which weakened his opponent.
As the fight progressed, Emelianenko became more and more dominant, winning most of the stand up exchanges and scoring several takedowns.
After 20 minutes, Emelianenko was awarded victory by unanimous decision. Although originally endangered due to Emelianenko's recurring hand injury, a plate inserted in his hand enabled a rematch with Coleman in Pride's American debut show, Pride Josh Barnett was originally slated to fight Emelianenko for the Heavyweight title, but turned down the fight, asserting that he was unprepared.
Sporting a broken toe during the contest, Emelianenko nevertheless secured an armbar in the second minute of the first round, but Hunt was able to escape and counter by stepping over Emelianenko, ending in side control.
With a special clause in his Pride contract that allowed him to fight under the banner of any MMA organization as long as the event was held on Russian soil, [ citation needed ] Emelianenko accepted a match in BodogFight against Matt Lindland.
The fight was held on 14 April at the "Clash of the Nations" event in St. Petersburg, Russia. Lindland moved up two weight classes from middleweight to heavyweight for the match and came in weighing Early in the fight, Lindland opened a cut above Emelianenko's left eye and clinched with him, pushing him into the corner and working for a takedown.
At this point, the referee warned Emelianenko against grabbing the ropes and Emelianenko corrected himself. After a few seconds in the clinch, Lindland attempted a bodylock takedown.
When Lindland lifted Emelianenko from his feet, Emelianenko reversed the takedown, landing in Lindland's half guard. The fight then remained on the ground where Emelianenko won by submission via armbar at of the first round.
A special rule was used for this fight to not allow any knee strikes on the ground. On 13 February , Emelianenko attended a press conference held by Dream , a newly formed Japanese mixed martial arts promoter.
Vadim Finkelchtein confirmed that the organization had a tightly knit alliance with M-1 Global and that Emelianenko would be fighting on the new organization's fight cards.
Sylvia was the fourth-ranked heavyweight fighter in MMA by Sherdog. Emelianenko defeated Sylvia in 36 seconds.
He dropped him with a quick punch combination, took his back and then finished the fight via submission due to a rear naked choke. Sylvia said in the post-fight press conference, "I know that I'm one of the best in the world, I was amazed at how good Fedor is.
He hurt me right away and submitted me. The guy's a stud. I don't even think he's human. That guy hits hard. I've never been hit that hard before. Dana White, who had previously criticized the fighter, asserted that he was impressed with Emelianenko's performance against ex-UFC champion Sylvia.
When asked if the submission win changed his opinion on Fedor, White said; "It does. Tim Sylvia was a real opponent. Arlovski was on a five-bout win streak and was ranked as high as No.
The preparation for this bout overlapped with filming for the movie " The 5th Execution ". Emelianenko met Shinya Aoki during a five-minute "special exhibition" at a 29 April M-1 Challenge presented by Affliction event in Tokyo.
Emelianenko made Aoki tap out from an Achilles lock just before the bell sounded to end the exhibition. The two friends fought a competitive and friendly spirited exhibition with several Judo throws from both Emelianenko and Mousasi.
Emelianenko finished the fight via armbar. I want it him in the UFC worse than the fans want it. Following the failed negotiations with the UFC, Emelianenko signed a three-fight contract with Strikeforce.
Emelianenko's first fight in Strikeforce was against then-undefeated Brett Rogers in the main event of Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers on 7 November Rogers was coming off a knockout win over Arlovski and was ranked No.
After knocking Werdum down early in the first round, Emelianenko closed in, but Werdum secured a deep triangle and an armbar from his guard, and Fedor was forced to tap.
The loss was considered to be a huge upset. After passing to mount, he unleashed a barrage of ground-and-pound that ultimately caused Emelianenko's right eye to swell shut.
Ringside doctors called a stop, stating that Emelianenko could not see.Durchstöbere unser Babyalbum mit vielen schönen Babyseiten. Dies Portu Shop Jena später von seinem Management widerrufen. In welchen Kreisen ist der Name Fedor besonders beliebt? Im Morsecode werden Buchstaben und andere Zeichen nur durch eine Abfolge von kurzen und langen Tönen dargestellt.