Back in Russia, Fedor says he's probably not retiring
|- 0 + Feb 28 2011, 03:44 AM
|We cannot know God's will until it is already done. Therefore, you must follow your path as is the freedom you have been given by God to choose. Whatever you choose, choose it for you, and God's will shall thusly be done. It seems early to retire. This is your opportunity to evolve as a person, and also as a fighter - which is the same; one not without the other. Keep up the good work Fedor.
TomÃ¡s Ayala Grandi
|- 0 + Feb 21 2011, 07:16 PM
|Fedor is the best, lost for various reasons, the opponent also fight and have their merits. According to my point of view, I think fedor could not apply the strike as he wanted, and between weight and scope of Silva ended more tired than I expected. The second round Silva understood that the weight advantage was important and I go down, and did what he had to do. I think Fedor can beat many heavyweights, but their physical characteristics today and the new lot heavier opponents is something that needs to look good, because with the strike this time could not knocked out his opponent and the size ground fighting was not convenient. I hope there fedor much longer, since it is a living legend in the world of MMA and sports.