Fedor Emelianenko will continue MMA career after his four-fight deal with Strikeforce is done

Former MMA heavyweight king pin, Fedor Emelianenko will not be hanging up his gloves once his four-fight deal with Strikeforce is up, his manager insists that the Russian still has plenty to give to the sport.

Vadim Finkelstein, speaking via MMAWeekly.com, said:

“If everything works out great and he’s healthy and he’s performing at the level he’s accustomed to performing then I don’t see why it won’t be beyond those fights as well.”

“Fedor’s a person that doesn’t like to look too far in advance, and sometimes people don’t understand when he says ‘it’s God’s will’ and ‘it’s up to God to see how things turn out’ that’s a very Russian way of people saying that it all really depends on certain factors, and that’s always how he’s approached the future of his fights. Assuming everything works out and his health is great, and feeling fine, he could very well fight beyond the four fights and who knows where, but that’s something that’s very difficult to predict. Fedor just by nature is not someone who looks too far ahead for anything.”

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