Which is More Dangerous MMA or Football

first_img Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Sale White: McGregor didn’t like my comments about Masvidal being ‘too big’ for him Recommended by Esther Lin Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Robert Whittaker hails ‘Wonderboy’ the best ‘outside fighter’ in MMA Feeling Old? DoThis Once A Day And Watch What Happens Thevitalprotocol.com Standard Ranked Rashguard Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender More: Gloves Bloody Elbow Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars Standard BJJ Gi King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt California Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day Comparisons.org Accessories White on Nunes-Cris rematch: ‘That’s the fight I want to make’ Latest From Our Partnerscenter_img Sponsored Content Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career Conor lashes out at Herb Dean, says Khabib was ‘riddled in panic’ during bus attack Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Lockdown duffle bag You Can’t Imagine How Funny These 22 Animal Photobombs… Bukisa.com Unknown Rule in Los Angeles, CA Comparisons.org Experts Warn You Will Regret Not Getting This Warranty WeeklyPenny.com Latest From MMA Warehouse Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement More From ProMax 440 BJJ GI UFC 240: Fights to make Los Angeles Pays Homeowners to Install Solar. See if your… Comparisons.org UFC on ESPN: Covington vs. Lawler fight card Good Night Tee Last month, Fedor Emelianenko confirmed that his next fight would take place in his native Russia instead of Japan. The Russian heavyweight lived up to his word, as it was announced that the ‘Last Emperor’ would compete under the Fight Nights banner on June 17 in St. Petersburg, Russia.Though the date and location are not set in stone, Fight Nights has already released a press release that confirmed Fedor’s participation in one of their upcoming shows. They plan to host a press conference on April 19 to announce Fedor’s next opponent to the public.The press conference will take place in Moscow, and will include a host of Russian prospects, including Vitaly Minakov, Kirill Sidelnikov, Rasul Mirzaev, Anatoly Tokov, Sergey Pavlovich, Vadim Nemkov, Valentin Moldavsky and Mikhail Mokhnatkin. Many of those fighters are currently a part of ‘Team Fedor’ and competed alongside the legend on the New Year’s Eve show in Japan.”I am very pleased to fight in Russia, the native land for the Russian fans,” said Fedor. “I return to the ring together with the guys from my Team Fedor. I hope that we will please you with interesting fights.”Fedor’s apparent cooperation with Fight Nights will likely mean that fans will have the opportunity to watch the legendary fighter live on UFC Fight Pass because of the deal with EFN.While it remains unclear what Rizin Fighting Federation’s role is in Fedor’s upcoming fight, the promotion informed BloodyElbow that Fedor is not under exclusive contract and is free to take fights in Russia.The event is expected to take place on June 17 in St. Petersburg, Russia. It should be noted that M-1 Global is expected to host the final of the middleweight Grand Prix between Alexander Shlemenko and Ramazan Emeev on the same date in St. Petersburg. Apparellast_img read more