Disgruntled Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight contender Tim Kennedy was all sorts of sad when he missed the opportunity to toe-tag Osama Bin Laden, so he's not letting the next evil overlord slip through his meaty fingers.
Even if the perpetrator has been dead for over 50 years.
Or has he? Kennedy -- reluctant lead investigator on History Channel's "Hunting Hitler" series -- looks to expose the evidence (or lack thereof) surrounding the death of the man behind the Nazi party, who according to the history books, committed suicide in his bunker in 1945.
I guess it beats that job in sanitation engineering.
"I was like, wait, Hitler died in 1945," Kennedy told MMAjunkie. "Everybody knows this. This is ridiculous, and I don't want to waste my time with some stupid conspiracy stuff. But the more involved I got, and the more research they sent me, the more questions it raised."
Find out what happened to Hitler's body after his alleged suicide right here.
While the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) insists the skull recovered -- complete with bullet hole -- belongs to Hitler, researchers from the University of Connecticut argue a DNA test performed on the remains revealed a female aged between 20 and 40 years old.
"Hunting Hitler" premieres Nov. 10 at 10 p.m. ET.