Described as a long and rangy Muay Thai fighter, Singh Jaideep won the Fedor Emelianenko sweepstakes, as the Indian-Japanese fighter was recently booked to face “The Last Emperor” on New Year’s Eve in Japan.
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Specializing in kickboxing, the 28-year old striker isn’t exactly a household name in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA), having just one fight in the sport. However, he does have an extensive career in kickboxing, which includes an impressive knockout victory over Sergei Kharitonov.
Here’s a sneak peek of Jaideep in action:
As it stands, Jaideep has a kickboxing record of 40 wins and 10 losses with one no contest.
Unfortunately, he’ll be going into his fight against perhaps the greatest heavyweight of all time with a three-fight losing streak. Then again, Emelianenko, 39, hasn’t competed in over three years and will be at a considerable size disadvantage.
Either way, the fight should generate some interest when it airs on Spike TV via tape delay.
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