"I respect the girls who defend the country's honor at the Olympics, in wrestling, boxing. But I do not support female MMA. A woman must take care of the house, raise her children and be feminine. There a lot of different sports which help her in that, but MMA is not one of them."
Former PRIDE FC heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko is not a fan of women's mixed martial arts (MMA), and would prefer to have females do other sorts of feminine things, like boxing and wrestling. Just don't combine them! That's in addition to their other ladylike duties, which include taking care of the house and raising kids. That's probably not going to sit well with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who once took Georges St. Pierre to task for turning his nose up at women's MMA. Whether Emelianenko is right or wrong all depends on your perspective (this guy once disliked it as well), but his viewpoint probably should not come as a surprise, considering "The Last Emperor" was born and raised in Russia and is -- and has always been -- very old school. Thoughts?