Just days away from former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem's hearing with the Nevada State Athletic Commission, UFC President Dana White decided that he didn't care if "The Demolition Man" got licensed to fight or not. Despite initially saying that Frank Mir would remain on the card for UFC 146 against Cain Velasquez and that he would wait for due process to play out for "The Reem," White said scheduling pressure eventually forced his hand into making a decision earlier than he anticipated.
Alistair Overeem denied fighting by The Nevada State Athletic Commission – UFC News Alistair Overeem’s request for obtaining a fight license, for his upcoming bout against Junior dos Santos at UFC 146 on May 26 in Las Vegas, has bee... Read Post
And "The Reem" also doesn't see why the big boss has an issue with the two men training together. They are, after all, "training" partners. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was none too happy when learning t... Read Post
Former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem is currently serving the tail end of a Nevada State Athletic Commission issued suspension back in May. That suspension, handed down for having elevated levels of testosterone ... Read Post