HomeFight Videos Alistair Overeem vs Antonio Bigfoot Silva Fight Video UFC 156 Bruno February 2, 2013 Fight Videos 54 Comments Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva vs. Alistair Overeem in a Main Card Heavyweight Bout at UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on February 2nd, 2013. . . . . Full fight up again. Tweet Pin It Jon Fitch vs Demian Maia Fight Video UFC 156 Joseph Benavidez vs Ian McCall Fight Video UFC 156 54 Comments « Older Comments crost February 5, 2013 Did Bigfoots coach say ‘you just gotta fake some more’ in his peptalk betweeen round 1 and 2??? Was he playing on Overeems cockiness? Log in to Reply facefrack February 6, 2013 As has been mentioned by numerous people in this forum who actually watched the fight, the Reem showed no respect to Bigfoot n lost because of it. I don’t mean to take anything away from Bigfoot – and that was an awesome K.O., btw – but the Reem was winning handily n still definitely outclasses Bigfoot on the feet. He also dropped some hard leather when he was in Bigfoot’s guard. His chin is mostly fine. Didn’t you see how many hard shots it took to put him away? I can still see Overeem getting a title shot before Bigfoot if he gets to fight JDS n wins handily… Not to suggest that is an easy task, but it would be a good fight. Cain Velasquez already fought and destroyed Bigfoot, so Werdum is probably the most likely title contender unless Daniel Cormier decides to put his friendship with Cain on the backburner. I think that Cain is going to be a dominant champion for some time to come n that JDS still probably has the best shot at taking it from him, but Overeem is probably next after that. Log in to Reply BlackRazor February 6, 2013 There is no fighter safe in the ring, no matter his reputation, his popularity, or even his performance, no one is safe because all that need to happen is for a split second your guard drops and that punch lands and if it lands correctly it can change the outcome! It’s always one punch,elbow, knee or kick from being a win or a loss! Overeem is highly overated at that weight and he’s not nearly as good as when he was at Pride Log in to Reply alclient February 8, 2013 Well Reem, how did that drop my hands technique work? Log in to Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.