Fedor Emelianenko has stated that he is not going to finish career

© AP Photo / Gregory Radiosity fighter Fedor Emelianenko lost to American Matt Mitrione knockout. 25 Jun 2017Fedor Emelianenko has stated that he is not going to finish career© AP Photo / Gregory Payan

Russian mixed martial arts fighter Fedor Emelianenko said he feels fine and has passed a medical examination after a knockout from the European Commission, Mitrione.

On Saturday at Madison square garden in new York Mitrion sent Emelianenko knockout in the second minute of the fight within the fight night Bellator 180.

«I feel good. The medical examination was held. It’s OK,» Emelianenko told reporters at a press conference after the fight.

Responding to a question whether he will continue his career after this fight, Emelianenko replied, «of Course, I’m a fighter».

This fight was for Emelianenko’s third after his return to the sport. Fedor in 2015, announced the resumption of a career after a three year break. 40-year-old Russian has spent in mixed martial arts 41 fights: 36 wins, 5 losses. 38-year-old Mitrion been in the UFC and Bellator, he has 12 wins and five defeats.

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