Fedor Emelianenko Wiki Biography
Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko, a former Russian mixed martial artist heavyweight, was born on September 28, 1976, in Rubizhne, Luhansk Oblast, (then)Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. He is best known for his wins, titles, and medals in the Rizin Fighting Federation, Pride Fighting Championship, FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship, and Russian Judo Federation National Championship.
He has been a lawmaker since 2010, and he is now a member of Russia’s Council of Physical Fitness and Sports. Have you ever wondered how much money this brilliant MMA fighter and athlete has amassed over the years? Fedor Emelianenko’s net worth is unknown. Fedor Emelianenko’s net worth is reported to be $15 million as of mid-2016, according to sources, gained mostly through his MMA career, which spanned the years 2000 to 2012.
Fedor Emelianenko Net Worth $15 Million
Fedor Emelianenko was born to Olga Fedorovna, a teacher, and Vladimir Alexandrovich, a gas-electric welder, as the second child. Fedor enrolled in a professional trade school after graduating from high school in 1991, and he graduated with honors in 1994. Fedor served in the Russian Army as a military firefighter between 1995 and 1997.
Fedor’s interest in mixed martial arts extends back to his army days, when he earned a Master of Sports title in self-defense and a Master of Sports title in judo after winning an international tournament in Kursk. Fedor Emelianenko’s fighting career was on the rise at the time, and he won a number of tournaments and medals over the next few years, including an international “A” league tournament in Moscow and bronze medals in the Russian Judo Federation National Championship two years in a row, in 1998 and 1999. Fedor Emelianenko’s net worth is based on these titles, which helped him establish himself as a successful and brave fighter.
Fedor Emelianenko began his MMA career in 2000 with a five-fight winning streak, including a victory over Ricardo Arona at the Abu Dhabi Combat Club title, which is still regarded as one of his toughest battles. Fedor Emelianenko’s winning streak was broken with a controversial loss to Tsuyoshi Kohsaka, but he went on to win 28 fights in which he defeated multiple UFC, Pride FC, and K-1 champions, as well as two Olympic medalists. Fedor Emelianenko went unbeaten for the next ten years, which had a big, beneficial impact on his career, global popularity, and overall net worth.
Fedor Emelianenko’s MMA career came to an end in 2012, with a total of 40 fights won and only four losses. In the heavyweight division, he won 11 gold medals and five bronze medals in tournaments such as the World and European Championships, as well as Russian Championships.
Fedor Emelianenko has also received numerous more accolades, including Fighter of the Year, Fighter of the Decade, and Most Outstanding Fighter. Fedor Emelianenko has been dubbed the best mixed martial artist of all time by some of the sport’s biggest names, including Chuck Norris, Mike Tyson, Fabricio Werdum, Junior dos Santos, and Jose Aldo.
Fedor Emelianenko shifted his focus from fighting to politics after retiring from the ring. Fedor was elected as a deputy to the Belgorod Regional Duma in 2010 and to the Council of Physical Fitness and Sports in 2012.
Fedor Emelianenko married Oksana, a high school classmate, in 1999, and they have one daughter, but they separated in 2006. Fedor had another daughter with Marina, his girlfriend, in 2007, and they married in 2009. They had another daughter before their divorce from Marina in 2013. Fedor Emelianenko married his first wife, Oksana, again in 2014.
|Full Name||Fedor Emelianenko|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 28, 1976|
|Place Of Birth||Rubizhne, Ukraine|
|Height||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Weight||236 lbs (107 kg)|
|Profession||Mixed Martial Artist|
|Education||Belgorod State University|
|Spouse||Oksana Emelianenko (m. 2014), Marina Emelianenko (m. 2009–2013), Oksana Emelianenko (m. 1999–2006)|
|Children||Masha Emelianenko, Vasilisa Emelianenko, Elizabeth Emelianenko|
|Parents||Vladimir Alexandrovich Emelianenko, Olga Emelianenko|
|Siblings||Alexander Emelianenko, Ivan Emelianenko, Marina Emelianenko|
|Nicknames||The Last Emperor , The Russian Military Experiment , Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko , Fedor Emeliyanenko , Последний император|
|Awards||Winner: Rizin Fighting Federation, Pride Fighting Championship, FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship, Russian Judo Federation National Championship, FIAS World Combat Sambo Championship|
|Nominations||IWGP Heavyweight champion, PRIDE World Heavyweight Championship, PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Champion, WAMMA Heavyweight Championship, RINGS 2001 Openweight Title Tournament Winner, Hall of Fame: Class of 2014, Most Outstanding Victory of the Year Golden Belt Award (2006)|
|Movies||“The 5th Execution”|