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#1 bjornmma1

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 11:38 AM

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Alexy Innokenti (260605)

 

On the 11th of October 1996, a child come to earth. His mother was supposed to give birth to him on the 12th, but she just couldn't hold him anymore. The father was in prison for burglary and manslaughter. He was facing a lifelong sentence. As a poor single mother, Nathalia knew she couldn't keep the baby. After two long cold nights, she decided to place him at the door of the local chapel in Stary Oskol. Luckily for the baby, russians are religious and he was picked up by a woman that went to church to pray the same evening. Later at night, she came home with the child and discussed with her husband what they would do. They drunk a few wodkas and decided that they would raise the kid as their own. Their names are Olga Feodorovna Emelianenko and Vladimir Alexanderovich Emelianenko. The family already had 4 kids; Fedor, Alexander, Marina and Ivan. They called the newborn Alexy Innokenti.

The Emelianenko family wasn't rich and had a hard time getting enough food and drink for their kids. Alexander soon got on the wrong path and joined a local streetgang. He was arrested soon after for multiple burglaries and fights on the russian Streets. Fedor on the other hand was a quiet, hard working boy. You might now him now under his fight name 'The last emperor'. He became an absolute legend of the sport. 

What many don't know is that the adopted boy , Alexy, is an mma prodigy himself. He was trained the same way as his brothers , by hard grueling workouts. He has some outstanding skills and is according to his trainers an absolute beast. But numbers say more then words sometimes:  3 x European Combat Sambo champion , 2 x Russian National champion and a staggering 5 Combat Sambo world titles.
After a drink with Fedor, Alexy decided to try out at the Tiger Muay Thai academy in Phuket. He passed the test with flying colors.
He won the scolarships for both MMA and Muay Thai, something that had never been achieved before by anyone.

Roger Huerta decided that at the age of 18, Alexy could already sign a pro contract. The russian wonderboy agreed and signed the deal. he is now training professionally and is making big steps towards his mma debut. 
Alexy Innokenti, definitely a name to remember!


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#2 markyosullivan

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 11:51 AM

All the best with this. Glad to see there's plenty of career threads starting up.


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Posted 11 October 2014 - 11:53 AM

All the best with this. Glad to see there's plenty of career threads starting up.

Thanks! :)  i agree, it adds some extra dimension to the game in my opinion


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#4 762x39

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 12:57 PM

Great story Bjorn!


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#5 bjornmma1

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 12:59 PM

Great story Bjorn!

Thanks:)


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#6 Anon

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 01:33 PM

very good mate

hope all goes well


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#7 edgehead

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 07:32 PM

Great writeup hope to see more from you, this is exactly what the game needs.


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#8 mwt19744

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Posted 13 October 2014 - 03:26 AM

Great story Bjorn. I love reading things like this as it adds to the enjoyment of the game for me.
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Posted 13 October 2014 - 08:25 AM

Great story Bjorn. I love reading things like this as it adds to the enjoyment of the game for me.

thanks!


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#10 bjornmma1

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Posted 13 October 2014 - 03:56 PM

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Alexy Innokenti (260605)

 

I joined Saboteur's Playground in Tokyo to prepare me for the upcoming tournament Strongest Under The Heavens.

Today i had my first training session in a pro gym. The trainer Devin Malware was amazed by how fast I picked up new techniques. He said he had never seen before such an amazing athlete with such good learning speed. My manager was really happy and said i could go a long way in this tournament and in the MMAworld in general. I'm looking forward to doing his words justice. How can i possibly fail if my manager, coaches and God himself believe in me..? 
I'm really excited about this tournament as i will face good competition with good managers. That's what i'm looking for. I only have one mission and that is to become a legend of the sport like Fedor. No one will be able to lead me away from that path. I'm not interested in fancy cars, big mansions and hot women. I'm only interested in one thing and that's eternal glory! 


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#11 bjornmma1

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Posted 14 October 2014 - 06:18 PM

My story has made it into the Tycoon newspaper! :D  

http://www.mmatycoon...ry.php?SID=3399


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Posted 18 October 2014 - 09:44 AM

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My manager heard i was really good at chess and crossword puzzles and he wanted to test me to find out if i was smart. 
I took a whole arrange of different tests , with a 6 different scientists and they came to the conclusion that i am smarter than the average person. The average is 100 and i scored 118, which means that i'm the category "High average" and damn close to "superior".  This proves to anyone on the outside who doesn't know me or the beautiful sport of MMA, that we are not all just idiots with small gloves on. 


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Posted 01 November 2014 - 10:19 AM

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Only one more week before my first pro fight. I'm very much looking forward to it. It will be interesting to find out how i do in an actual fight. I'm going to fight Django El Rojo. He is a muay thai fighter coming out of Spain. That sounds a bit like a BMW made in China :P 

My manager has contacted a lot of young talents to add to his gym, and i'm very happy that i can train with them. Together we are training very hard to impress our manager and prove our worth to him. I'm excited about fighting in a tournament, as it will allow me to compete for big prizes against good competition. 

Don't forget to buy your tickets to see me fight next week ! 


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Posted 01 November 2014 - 12:00 PM

Great Work !!!
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Posted 01 November 2014 - 12:05 PM

Great Work !!!

thanks;)


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#16 bjornmma1

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Posted 01 December 2014 - 03:11 PM

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I'm sorry that I didn't give a status update earlier to all my fans, but I was dealing with some real life troubles as i'm going to divorce. With Urszula out of my way, I'll have time to get back to training and get over the difficult start in my MMA career. In the first round of the tournament, I got robber bigtime by the judges. They scored the figth a majority draw, while it was a clear victory for me. Even my opponent knows he got lucky with the draw. In the rematch, I was more worried about my family situation then with getting hit . I lost the fight, altough it was very close again. I'm going to come back strong from those two first fights. A loss learns you a lot they say, but it's actually true I'm going to fight an MT fighter in my next fight, but let's be clear, i'm going to aim to destroy that guy!!! I won't let this one go to the judges! No way I ever want to deal with those idiots again. I'm going to make my opponents quit during the fight. 

Don't count out Alexy Innokenti just yet my friends! 


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#17 ddennis2

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Posted 01 December 2014 - 04:51 PM

Makes me wanna start one of these. Awesome!


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#18 bjornmma1

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Posted 01 December 2014 - 05:59 PM

Makes me wanna start one of these. Awesome!

Cool ;) thanks ! I hope a lot of managers will follow my example as I think fighter stories really give something extra to the game :)


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Posted 19 December 2014 - 03:29 PM

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I'll keep this short, as I'm still very mad about it and don't want to create to much drama about it. I lost my last fight after I came very close to finishing my opponent. My coach clearly told me not to follow my opponent to the ground, but keep the fight standing at all cost, but somehow , I did follow my opponent to the ground after knocking him down, and got submitted. This has been a very bad start of my pro mma career so far, but both me and my manager/coach believe that I'll bounce back from this and will go on to do great things in this sport. Thanks for following my career guys and I'll try to keep all of you updated ;)


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Posted 22 December 2014 - 12:30 PM

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I might not have started my MMA career the way I hoped, but let one thing be clear: I'm not going anywhere! 
I'm going to fuck up my next opponent so badly he's going to retire from MMA. Most fighters who don't win in their first three pro fights will start crying and give up. I'm not a quiter. I'm going to put on one hell of a performance and work my way up to the top. 

Those who stand in my way will get their heads knocked off dirty. I don't like clean, so I'm going for dirty unlike that Irish guy McGoofer or whatever his name is. 

 

Training has been going great and I'll be ready on fight night to put my opponent's lights out! 

 

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