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VCURamFan
02-16-2011, 07:37 PM
No joke. This is for real. From FightersOnly.com:


Fedor Emelianenko’s coach Vladimir Voronov has presented an interesting theory for his fighter’s loss to Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva on Saturday night.

Psychics.

“We believe that forbidden psychological technology was used… It seems to us that not everything was right, and that certain technologies were used. Not ones that could be seen by the naked eye but psychological technologies that worked on both fighters at a distance,” he said to Russian website LifeSports.ru (http://lifesports.ru/news/51518)

“That is why during the fight Fedor was just not like himself. It seemed very strange behaviour from Fedor. He stepped into the ring and did everything exactly the opposite of what we practiced before the fight. We were all shocked! Fedor had never previously done such a thing.

“Now nearly a week passes, everything settles, and we understand why all this happened.”

Voronov also observed with suspicion the fact that Fedor seemed to look “a little depressed” while Silva “literally glowed from the overflowing of his energy”. Voronov suspects the use of a person or persons in the audience capable of “blocking energy” and “transferring energy from one person to another”.

Silva’s post-fight behaviour was cited as evidence.

Silva initially roared in celebration then became almost subdued as he went to bow to Fedor and thanked him for the fight. Voronov sees the sudden change in demeanour as highly suspicious, despite the fact that literally hundreds of fighters around the world have done similar.

LifeSports.ru (http://lifesports.ru/news/51518) also spoke to a teacher from what is described as “Russia's largest school of hypnosis”, who backed Voronov up.

“The human mind has enormous power of suggestion, it explains all sorts of curses, evil eye, etc” Nicholas Zakharkin said.

“Therefore, if a well-trained specialist is in the area of visual contact with Emelianenko, then he could convince him of anything and have any effect. If the hypnotist was set up and sat at a distance where he could meet eyes, he could make hypnotic influence without any big problems.”

Fighters Only has telepathically contacted Bigfoot Silva’s team to ask if they did indeed use any secret hypnotists against Fedor. We await a response.

J.B.
02-16-2011, 08:01 PM
Dana White must be responsible. :rolleyes:

Maldonado136
02-16-2011, 09:26 PM
I was just gonna post this loooolll. Who knows how much better Fedor could do if he didn't surround himself with bad people.

Maldonado136
02-16-2011, 09:34 PM
anyone know if clooney was at the fights?

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VCURamFan
02-16-2011, 09:41 PM
anyone know if clooney was at the fights?

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flo
02-16-2011, 09:52 PM
I blame Bush.

:laugh:

But seriously, even Tito could come up with a more plausible excuse than this...:Whistle:

NateR
02-16-2011, 10:05 PM
Well, obviously the only solution is to fight fire with fire. Fedor's coaches need to hire their own hypnotist for his next fight. We'll see how that works out for them. :laugh:

Crisco
02-16-2011, 10:19 PM
Only in a russian mag could you post this horse crap

flo
02-16-2011, 10:44 PM
Well, obviously the only solution is to fight fire with fire. Fedor's coaches need to hire their own hypnotist for his next fight. We'll see how that works out for them. :laugh:

:laugh: Great suggestion.

KENTUCKYREDBONE
02-16-2011, 11:12 PM
Sounds like Fedor may need a new coach!

rockdawg21
02-16-2011, 11:39 PM
Dang it! Vladimir beat me to it. I was going to say the exact same thing on ESPN tonight. I have a feeling that he used those psychological technologies on me and that's why I decided to do my interview later rather than early; it's almost as if my thoughts transferred into him. Now nearly 3 hours passes, everything settles, and we understand why all this happened to me.

Chuck
02-17-2011, 03:14 AM
I feel sorry for Fedor. I wish the Lord would bring some good, solid Christians into his life. Sounds like he needs some better advice.

Crisco
02-17-2011, 02:03 PM
I feel sorry for Fedor. I wish the Lord would bring some good, solid Christians into his life. Sounds like he needs some better advice.

Indeed I think he needs to open his bible and read it and spend less time listening to the hogwash that comes with the rest.

Miss Foxy
02-17-2011, 04:32 PM
I feel sorry for Fedor. I wish the Lord would bring some good, solid Christians into his life. Sounds like he needs some better advice.

I agree.. Sounds like he is a nice person who gets taken advantage of..:sad:

Llamafighter
02-17-2011, 05:19 PM
I believe this theory 100%! It's the only explanation as to why Fedor would lose to Bigfoot. It makes perfect sense.

now i can sleep again...


...in my giant foil egg

VCURamFan
02-17-2011, 05:40 PM
Antonio Silva's manager admits to hiring a 'Macumbeiro' to defeat Fedor Emelianenko

"Jeez!! I got [caught!] I will have to come out with the truth now! I hired a Macumbeiro (Brazilian witch doctor) and we killed a black chicken on the crossroads. After this, over a few beers, I showed the witch doctor Fedor’s fights, and he was worried that a chicken wouldn’t be enough, so we went out and killed a black goat just to make sure! Very potent stuff! Really messed Fedor’s brain waves up! We wanted to try that other military stuff Voronov is talking about, but it’s expensive technology and we were broke! The chicken and the goat came out way cheaper. Witch doctor is a friend; [he] did it for a few beers and an autograph!"


-- Alex Davis, the manager who represents Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, sarcastically responds to Fedor Emelianenko (http://www.sbnation.com/mma/fighter/122490/fedor-emelianenko)'s trainer's bizarre conspiracy theory (http://www.mmamania.com/2011/2/16/1997607/fedor-trainer-accuses-silvas-team-of-illegal-hypnosis) in a recent post on the Underground Forum. It seems like a very low-tech and affordable technology, which may or may not catch Vladimir Voronov off guard. Stranger things have happened though, right, Vlad?

CAVEMAN
02-17-2011, 05:57 PM
I feel sorry for Fedor. I wish the Lord would bring some good, solid Christians into his life. Sounds like he needs some better advice.

I agree! Something other than Russian Orthodoxy!

matthughesfan21
02-17-2011, 07:38 PM
Fedor needs a new crew...Those people are diseases

VCURamFan
02-17-2011, 08:05 PM
Fedor needs a new crew...Those people are diseases
He once mentioned he wanted to come train with Matt, didn't he? :hyper:

Crisco
02-17-2011, 10:24 PM
He once mentioned he wanted to come train with Matt, didn't he? :hyper:

Never heard that but that would be awesome

ufcfan2
02-18-2011, 04:06 AM
He either needs to retire or totally seperate himself from his camp an M1 and come to the states maybe train with AKA or ATT or GregJacksons camp.
He's what 34 on the tail end of his career,though not saying he still can't be a contendor or a threat I just think all the brawls hes been in is taking its toll plus some other stuff(not improving striking,wrestling,jits,management:wink:).
As well as hes always fighting guys bigger than him and hes getting thrown in with guys who are bigger and alot more skilled than he is. He seemed to rely on a 'wing and a prayer' sometimes to pull out a win and its finally catching up to him.

Spiritwalker
02-18-2011, 04:19 AM
Considering the Nationality of the current UFC fighters that hold belts.. I don't know that "coming to America" is actually needed...

and IMO.. Bigfoot is the only one that could be considered "more skilled".. past 4 years.. Fedor has taken on the top competition...or at the very least the best that could be thrown at him..

Tyburn
02-18-2011, 12:45 PM
at least they dont blame sunspots :laugh:

CAVEMAN
02-18-2011, 02:44 PM
He either needs to retire or totally seperate himself from his camp an M1 and come to the states maybe train with AKA or ATT or GregJacksons camp.
He's what 34 on the tail end of his career,though not saying he still can't be a contendor or a threat I just think all the brawls hes been in is taking its toll plus some other stuff(not improving striking,wrestling,jits,management:wink:).
As well as hes always fighting guys bigger than him and hes getting thrown in with guys who are bigger and alot more skilled than he is. He seemed to rely on a 'wing and a prayer' sometimes to pull out a win and its finally catching up to him.

Bigger, yes! More skilled, No! Except for his last 2 fights, Fedor's skills have been his #1 attribute at HW. He really is very light for HW, and should probably fight LHW. It's my understanding though that he will not fight LHW because he does not like cutting weight.

But your right, he is definitely on the tail end of his career.