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President of Russian MMA Union and renowned fighter Fedor Emelianenko denounced mixed martial arts fights of children during Tuesday’s Grand Prix Akhmat 2016 tournament in Russia’s North Caucasus republic of Chechnya.
"Participation in the fights on a par with adults may result in irrecoverable harm to the health of children and it will not only put an end to their sports career, but will also inflict both physical and psychological damages," he said.
Participants within the age groups of 12-13, 14-15 and 16-17 are obliged to wear rash guards (an athletic shirt made of spandex and nylon or polyester) and protective ammunitions.
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He lost the gold against Cain Velasquez that October and after being diagnosed with diverticulitis again, he did not return for over a year before losing his final fight to Alistair Overeem.
Three of them were fighting with opponents of the same age and won the fights, while Akhmad managed to beat his opponent, Damir Shevkhuzhev from Sochi, with a knock-out on the 14th second of the fight.
"The fights were held in line with rules and regulations for adult fighters, which is unsuitable for children," Emelianenko, who boasts a record of 36 wins and 4 losses and is dubbed as ‘The Last Emperor, said.
"We will be dealing with this situation and request information about it," Kolobkov said in an interview with TASS.
In line with the regulations of the Russian MMA Union, only children of age over 12 can be allowed taking part in the fights.
After saying the promotion is hopeful they can have their first show in Russia this year, he told the media they had been in negotiations with both legendary heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko and former champion Brock Lesnar in 2012.