Sounds like "The Reem" has been doing his homework.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight number one contender Alistair Overeem, who battles division champion Junior dos Santos at UFC 146 over the Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, already has a plan for taking care of "Cigano" on fight night.
"The gameplan is already good to go. I already know how to beat him. It's just a matter of training and getting my body and mind in the 100 percent condition it needs to be in."
Overeem has been crushing the competition for years now, compiling 11 wins in 12 fights (one no contest) since 2007. He made a successful debut with the UFC last December by stopping (and retiring) Brock Lesnar in the first round by way of technical knockout (TKO) using his vaunted K-1 level striking.
Dos Santos, no different than Overeem, has been absolutely destroying his competition. In fact, just like "Demolition Man," he hasn't lost a fight since 2007, the lone defeat of his career.
However, unlike "The Reem," the Brazilian bomber has been running through top competition inside the Octagon. He's 8-0 under the UFC banner with five knockouts, including his 64-second destruction of Cain Velasquez that earned him the heavyweight strap.
Time to find out which of these monsters is the true king of the heavyweights.
Who ya' got?
Stay tuned to MMAmania.com for more information on the upcoming UFC 146 fight card as it becomes available.