Fight Video: Alistair Overeem vs Tony Sylvester

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Updated: October 18, 2009

Alistair Overeem takes on Tony Sylvester at this weekends Ultimate Glory 11. Now if Alistair can lay off the roids long enough to get licensed by a US athletic commission, I would be jumping.

Overeem won the Strikeforce heavyweight belt after defeating Paul Buentello in 2007 at Strikeforce “Four Men Enter, One Man Survives”. He has yet to defend his title.

9 Comments

  1. dane drebin

    October 18, 2009 at 3:26 pm

    roid rage at its finest lol jk jk

  2. asdf;lkj

    October 18, 2009 at 6:30 pm

    Pathetic. Sylvester was just looking for a way out and was frightened to death. It was like a man vs a woman (just not Cyborg, though…she'd kick Overeem's ass, because she's a man, baby!!!). hahahaha.

  3. STEVEO

    October 19, 2009 at 7:23 am

    he can't fight in the states cause he can't pass a drug test, defend your belt toolbox

  4. Oswald Gobblecock

    October 19, 2009 at 9:04 am

    The Strikefarse champ… who never fights in Strikeforce! Why they haven't taken his belt blows my mind. The winner of Fedor/Brett should be considered champ. I think they will in most peoples eyes.

  5. Oswald Gobblecock

    October 19, 2009 at 9:05 am

    / In Strikeforce I mean… not world champ! Fedor had his chance to try and capture that in the UFC.

  6. sy

    October 19, 2009 at 9:50 am

    i think a rogers overeem fight should happen that is a pretty good match up, it dont realy matter if fedor fights any of them the result is gonna be another fedor win

  7. Oswald Gobblecock

    October 19, 2009 at 4:14 pm

    That's why he chose to go there in the first place to remain unbeaten.

  8. roy

    October 20, 2009 at 1:35 am

    thats why he was fighting barnett to remain unbeaten?fedor is the world champ you have to beat him to get that title.

  9. roy

    October 20, 2009 at 3:01 am

    Quoteworthy:

    “We’ll be seeing him (in Strikeforce) next year, 100 percent. Whatever they want, if they want to put Alistair against Fedor, it’s fine, depending on how we can make good terms. Obviously, if it was a build-up, there were the first two fights if (Alistair) would win, and then he would go for a bigger fight and the money would be better, but if Fedor challenges him for the title, (Alistair) still has the title and he wants to defend it, it’s not a problem. Then the fight is on. I can tell you one thing, man, Alistair’s going to be ready. He’s going to (expletive) Fedor up.”

    Bas Boon, manager for Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion Alistair Overeem, insists his star pupil will indeed return to the United States to defend the title he’s held hostage for almost two years. There has been speculation that “Demolition Man” was hiding out in the far East to escape stateside drug testing — and the heavy hands of Brett Rogers. Will Overeem return as promised? Or have we seen the last of the Dutch behemoth on US soil?

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