Aleksander Emelianenko Placed On Russian Federal Wanted List
By Fight4News on April 2, 2014
Russian heavyweight and younger brother of MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko, Aleksander Emelianenko is reportedly wanted by the Russian authorities and has been placed on the Russian federal wanted list for suspicion of housekeeper abuse and passport theft.
It was first announced by RIA Novosti that Russian heavyweight mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, Aleksander Emelianenko is wanted by Russian authorities and has been placed on the Russian federal wanted list for suspicion of housekeeper abuse and passport theft.
A spokesperson for the country’s Investigative Committee, Vladimir Markin said that the former Pride FC heavyweight fighter had been put on the federal wanted list as “he disappeared and did not appear for questioning at the scheduled time,” adding that charges were forthcoming.
This isn’t the first time Alexander’s been in trouble with the law. He was fined for “hooliganism” back in 2013 for an altercation on an airplane. A couple of months later he was detained by police after a brawl in a cafe in Moscow.
Alexander is the younger brother of MMA legend and Pride world heavyweight champion, Fedor Emelianenko. Alexander, who has a professional MMA record of 23-7-0 and is a three-time Russian national Combat Sambo champion and three-time world Combat Sambo champion in the absolute division. Alexander has fought the likes of Mirko Filipović, James Thompson, Josh Barnett, Fabricio Werdum and Jeff Monson.
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