He even included that little fist emoji, so we know he's serious this time.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Alistair Overeem, fresh off a "Big Country" beatdown in Dallas, Texas, is once again campaigning for a 265-pound showdown against former division kingpin Junior dos Santos, just as soon as the Brazilian heals up from his recent surgery.
Yes or No? @danawhite make it happen pic.twitter.com/4HXFV8NERp— Alistair Overeem (@Alistairovereem) July 7, 2015
Don't expect "Cigano" to accept any match ups until this decision is made.
Then again, Dos Santos may have already moved on from a fight against Overeem, after trying to make it happen several times over the past three years. Weighing in the Dutchman's favor (besides this) is the availability of similarly-ranked heavyweights, though I wouldn't be opposed to seeing "Demolition Man" serve as a rebound fight for the recently-deposed Cain Velasquez.