Full UFC Fight Flashback Video: Brock Lesnar vs. Alistair Overeem

December 9, 2014
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(Courtesy of UFC.com)

Two heavyweight legends collided in the Octagon at UFC 141 when former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar met former Strikeforce champion Alistair Overeem. With over 500 pounds in the cage, there was bound to be a real power struggle.

Catch Overeem’s upcoming fight against Stefan Struve on Dec. 13 at UFC on FOX 13.

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  • Joe Dog

    Goldberg is an idiot. He says some inane sh*t.

  • cheflacsto

    Overeem destroyed Lesnar and now his glass chin doesn’t hold up against anyoe, why would Brock even think about coming back. I hope he does but it just doesn’t make any sense.

    • mmaguy

      The past is the past…. I did not understand why the ufc sign up Lawler and Arlovski and then, one is a champion and the other knock out a top ten guy in the first round.

      • cheflacsto

        You have a point but you are talking about guys that are fighters, with legit backgrounds. Brock turtles up when he was getting hit by Cain and Overeem. I hope he comes back, but he is not a fighter and he is to old to learn. He also doesn’t have the will, he has camp out his house without world class training. I think he is great for the sport, he brings in a huge audience and will destroy lower level guys, but I don’t think that’s what he wants. I love to root against him and I am amazed when he is on top of somebody ground and pounding their face into the mat. We will see what happens.

        • mmaguy

          You’re probably right at 37 years old there is little chance that he is going to learn enough to fight top five guy. But I don’t know mabe he can beat Antonio silva, Brendan shaub and some other guy. The heavyweight division is still not as competitive than the other division in my opinion. And you’re right trying to learn past 30 years old is very hard.

          • cheflacsto

            I agree with you, I love to watch his intensity and size pound on people, he is an absolute monster. If he wanted to come back and pound on the Brendan Schaubs, Matt Mitriones, of the Heavyweight Division I would love to see it. I just think he is to competitive of a guy to do it. Thats why he left, if he was good enough to be champ he would of stayed. He even said after his fight if he would of won and got another crack at the title he would of stayed.

        • Spike

          Brock also has a legit background and he did more in one round with Cain than Bigfoot did in both fights with Cain. Silva could barely get any offense in. His demise in the first fight was worse than what Cain did to Brock.

          • cheflacsto

            I don’t disagree with you but I also don’t see bigfoot as any type of contender in the division. Certainly no threat to Cain. I am not sure there is anyone that is a threat to him. But I don’t see Brock beating JDS,Travis Brown, Werdum or Stipe to be honest with you. Maybe he could beat Hunt if he could get him to the mat.

    • King Kracka

      Overroid also had 16:1 test levels after this fight and was suspended.

  • The Milkman

    If brock was sick when he was champion. He’s a freak of nature athlete. Sure he lost to Cain and overroid and didn’t look good in defeat. But I’d like to see what a healthy brock and a now afraid to get hit and non juiced up Overeem fight would look like. Cain still beats him but I think overroid loses in a rematch. Brock now looks physically a lot better. When you had what he had for that long you can’t expect your body to recover that quickly and perform the way you want.