Three losses in as many fights after a 27-fight win streak is a bad look for the former king of the heavyweight mountain, so Fedor Emelianenko has taken to hitting the weight room for his upcoming bout against Jeff Monson on Nov. 20 in Russia.
"The Last Emperor" is around 240-pounds at present time (via LowKick.com), which is the heaviest he's been in years. For the sake of comparison, Fedor weighed in a 223-pounds for his bout against Dan Henderson back on July 30.
Anyone think the added muscle will translate to a career resurgence for the legendary Russian? Or is it too little too late?