The Ufc Hw champion Stipe Miocic entered this fight with a professional mma record of 15-2-0 (80% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.1 heavyweight in the world. He suffered his last loss when he faced Junior dos Santos in 2014 (=dos Santos vs Miocic), after this fight he has won over Mark Hunt (=Hunt vs Miocic), Andrei Arlovski (=Arlovski vs Miocic) and Fabricio Werdum (=Werdum vs Miocic).
His opponent, the former K-1, Strikeforce and Dream world champion Alistair Overeem, has an official record of 41-14-0 (90% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.4 in the same weight class. He also lost once in 2014, against Ben Rothwell (=Overeem vs Rothwell), but then ‘The Reem’ has won four bouts beating Junior dos Santos (=dos Santos vs Overeem) and Andrei Arlovski in his last two (=Overeem vs Arlovski). Miocic vs Overeem, main event of the Ufc 203, is valid for the Ufc heavyweight title (Miocic’s first defnese). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Event: UFC 203: Miocic vs Overeem
Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Division: heavyweight (265 lbs, 120 kg)
Title: UFC Heavyweight Championship title
UFC 203 fight card (main card):
Stipe Miocic vs Alistair Overeem
Fabricio Werdum vs Travis Browne 2
CM Punk vs Mickey Gall
Urijah Faber vs Jimmie Rivera
Joanne Calderwood vs Jessica Andrade
Overeem’s next fight: Alistair Overeem vs Mark Hunt 2
Miocic’s next fight: Stipe Miocic vs Junior dos Santos 2
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4 comments on “Stipe Miocic vs Alistair Overeem full fight Video UFC 203 – 2016”
Glass jaw..defencive p*ssy fighting approach..Overeem got what he deserved!Pitty he used to be a great stand up fighter
What happened with Overeem, this was not the Overeem I expected to see. He was running around the cage, low number of attacks and his body was not well prepared for this fight. This was the most important fight of his career but it seems that didn’t prepare himself to the max.
I think that’s the style of the so-called Econo-Reem. Much more reserved, bobbing and weaving a lot more than he used to to avoid shots, and then pouncing only when the opportunity presents itself.
I do agree that he was running a bit too much in this fight, though.
Instead of relying so much on movements, I think a better game plan would have been to utilize clinch to deliver those patented knees.
Oh well, his suspect chin always leaves a high chance of something like this happening.
Overeem is past his prime, looking at his physique he doesn’t appear to be on anabolics anymore (or at least not as much), he gets tired fairly quickly so he has to conserve his energy and his chin seems to be getting worse with every fight.