Berserker jr wrote: August wrote: gunswordfist wrote:
I would not want to spar with Aleks if I was a kid (or otherwise)
I thought Aleks was a bad motherfucker too, but turns out he's just another young guy who didn't earn his tattoo's and paid for them. He even had to get his stars covered up - probably because if the actual bad guys had seen it, they woulda cut it out of him.
Are you dellusional or just trolling? The guy spent 5 years in jail for armed robbery. You just don't wear Vory v zakone
stars on your shoulders public in Russia if you don't belong to them. He quit being an active member and then you
hafto cover up or the'll do it for you, in a not so nice fashion.
You my friend seem very ignorant.
In an interview published on March 21, 2008, his brother Fedor, in response to a direct question, confirmed that Aleksander had spent time in a prison after he was sentenced to 5 years, but was released after 3.5 years. Aleksander, however, has several times denied ever spending time in jail, including in an interview published on December 5, 2008 in the same publication where his brother commented about the issue.Some commentators have put in doubt Emelianenko's prison time because of Japan's strict immigration policy against convicted felons, which normally would not allow him to fight in Japan as he has done,] while others point out that some of his tattoos are an indication that he spent some time in jail, although some of his tattoos would indicate a status which he could not achieve at the time of his imprisonment for being too young.
He paid for his tattoo's like all the other young rich guys do nowadays and covered them up when someone smart told him the really scary guys won't like seeing them.
You probably saw that Russian mafia movie with Viggo Mortensen and now think you're an expert on the russian criminal code. Cute.