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Watch Ep. 6 of 'The Reem' documentary series: 'The Foundation' (Season 3)

The latest episode of the Alistair Overeem documentary series, "The Reem," was released on Wednesday. Follow the UFC heavyweight behind the scenes for his last fight against Frank Mir at UFC 169, his appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel...Show More Summary

Ben Rothwell Perfect Foe for Alistair Overeem as He Looks to Rebuild Momentum

Alistair Overeem avoided a three-fight losing streak at UFC 169 in February when he pounded on Frank Mir for 15 minutes en route to a unanimous-decision victory. As "The Reem" looks to get back in the title conversation in the heavyweight...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem admits to weight loss, but shoots down talk of drop to light heavyweight

A move that would be "unhealthy." A picture of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Alistair Overeem surfaced last week (see it) that featured a slimmer, trimmer "Demolition Man," one that had the mixed martial arts (MMA)...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem Still Calling for Grudge Match with Junior Dos Santos

Former Strikeforce and K-1 champion Alistair Overeem still wants a piece of former UFC heavyweight titleholder Junior dos Santos, even though his next opponent is already booked. The Reem briefly mentioned his desire to square off with...Show More Summary

UFC 178: An Early Look at the Biggest Card of 2014

Normally, the UFC's year-end event is their biggest card of the year. Past events have featured Anderson Silva vs. Chris Weidman II, Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos II, Brock Lesnar vs. Alistair Overeem and more. However, this year it looks like UFC 178 in September has a chance of being the biggest card of the year. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 50's Alistiar Overeem eyes Junior dos Santos heavyweight scrap (again) after he KOs Ben Rothwell

Will the fifteenth time be the charm? Alistair Overeem will make his long-awaited return to the Octagon when he faces Ben Rothwell at UFC Fight Night 50, which is scheduled for Foxwoods Resort & Casino in Ledyard, Conn., on Sept. 5,Show More Summary

The 21 Best Accessories in MMA History

(Alistair Overeem wielding Mjolnir / Photo via Getty) Sometimes fans need more to remember a fighter by than just a performance or a gimmick. They need an accessory to associate that fighter with--and the very best fighters understand...Show More Summary

UFC Booking Roundup: Alistair Overeem vs. Ben Rothwell, Andrei Arlovski vs. Bigfoot Silva 2 Added to September Cards

("You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.") Dana White might insist that he's not trying to compete with Bellator on September 5th — but the UFC is making damn well sure that its Connecticut card will be worth watching. In addition to Gegard Mousasi vs. Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem vs. Ben Rothwell Booked for UFC Fight Night 50

UFC Fight Night 50 on September 5 is suddenly one of the sexiest free fight cards you'll find of late, with a heavyweight tilt between Alistair Overeem and Ben Rothwell being announced. The story was first broken by Fox Sports' Damon...Show More Summary

What's the hurry? 'Professional' Alistair Overeem wants to be 100-percent healthy before UFC return

Because as "The Reem" puts it, when your goal is to win the UFC heavyweight title, you have to be a bit more careful and be able to fire on all cylinders. That's why he is taking a cautious approach before making his comeback following...Show More Summary

Video: Alistair Overeem lands in New Mexico, likes positive vibe at Jackson's MMA

Listen to Alistair Overeem give his first thoughts on his first two days at Jackson-Winkeljohn MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Fertitta: Alistair Overeem targeting September UFC return in Japan

And if not in "The Land of the Rising Sun," then somewhere in that general time frame. Why is someone as high up on the food chain as Lorenzo Fertitta commenting on the whereabouts of Alistair Overeem? Probably because Ultimate Fighting...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem Looking to Return to the UFC in September

Alistair Overeem is ready to get back in the Octagon, and he knows when and where he wants to do it. Overeem has requested a spot on UFC Fight Night 51 on Sept. 20 in Saitama, Japan, according to UFC co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta, per Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com. “Alistair is looking to return in September,” Fertitta said. Show More Summary

CONTEST: “UFC Fighters and the (Fictional) Crimes They’ve Committed”

(Alistair Overeem -- Animal Cruelty & Beastiality, for starters.) In order to avoid hiring a third fighter with alleged Neo-Nazi ties (see: Brinsa, B. and Sailing, B.) in the future, the UFC quietly implemented a new background-checking...Show More Summary

Travis Browne to Alistair Overeem: 'Be a Team Player or Get the Hell Out'

Alistair Overeem doesn't have the best reputation among MMA fans and competitors. Perhaps it's due to the PED issues, his problems with being on a team, his general arrogant persona or a combination of all three. But as the saying goes, everyone deserves a second chance. Show More Summary

Travis Browne warns Alistair Overeem: Be a part of the team, or get the hell out of Jackson's MMA

"Hapa" says "The Reem" deserves the chance for a new start with a different MMA camp, but he warns the striking Dutchman that the things he used to get away with over at the Blackzilians camp are not going to fly at Jackson's MMA. Alistair...Show More Summary

Gilbert Burns: Overeem Left Blackzilians After Purposely Injuring Teammate

Alistair Overeem is not only a “cocky” sparring partner, but according to former Blackzilian teammate Gilbert Burns, the UFC heavyweight contender is a sore loser. “He’s an arrogant man. He’s exactly how he looks to be,” Burns said on...Show More Summary

Report: 'Arrogant' Alistair Overeem injured sparring partner after getting 'beat up' by Blackzilians

"Thank God he left the team," said Gilbert Burns. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Alistair Overeem is welcome to rejoin the Blackzilians at any time, according to Authentic Sports Management CEO Glenn Robonson, but it...Show More Summary

Fabricio Werdum vs. Travis Browne fight results UFC on Fox 11, Round 5

Werdum earned a takedown to start the round. Browne got back to his feet quickly, however, and started in on the front kicks. He knocked Alistair Overeem out with one, why not push one here? Werdum had the energy to avoid everything Browne was offering, though. Show More Summary

UFC Quick Quote: Alistair Overeem would run his own camp, then lose and blame everyone but himself

Perhaps whatever it was Alistair Overeem was looking for in Golden Glory, and then again in Blackzilians, can finally be found at Jackson's MMA. "Alistair was one of those guys who was on the team but never really committed to being part of it. Show More Summary

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