Video: Alistair Overeem being treated by testosterone doctor in Texas

I went to Molina Medical in Irving, Texas, and all I got was this lousy testosterone.

"Your fame is gonna grow by leaps and bounds over the next year. I just hope you're ready for it."

That's a word of caution from former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Tra Telligman, who introduced embattled Dutch striker Alistair Overeem to Dr. Hector Oscar Molina back in 2011.

Overeem would indeed become famous this year -- but probably not in the way "Trauma" was predicting.

That's because "Demolition Man," who grew up in Holland and currently resides in Las Vegas, found it necessary to travel to a male performance enhancement doctor in Texas to treat, of all things, an injured rib.

I guess anti-inflammatory medication is very difficult to find in Nevada.

In any event, Overeem admitted under oath that he was injecting himself with medication that was (oops!) laced with testosterone, which caused him to fail a pre-fight drug test back on March 27 -- but don't blame "The Reem" -- turns out Doc Molina had secretly juiced up the needles without telling anyone.

It still got him benched for nine months from the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC).

Video of an unsuspecting Overeem doing his thing (via Iron Forges Iron), complete with cameos from Molina and Telligman, after the jump.

For more on Overeem's hearing and the fallout from UFC 146 click here and here.

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