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Alistair Overeem NYE In Japan (Looks Massive)

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  1. MatrixTMN White Belt

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    Took part in a arm wrestling tournament. Looks a little bigger then usual.
     
  2. mrsinister Brown Belt

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    It's all natural. You can't prove anything.
     
  3. FlowWithTheGo23 Black Belt

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    I can't believe that Japanese guy beat Bob Sapp at the end.
     
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    NYE is lucky the Reem hasn't gone on a rampage and became their new Godzilla.
     
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    he looks bigger and smaller at the same time.
     
  6. FreeFocus Yellow Belt

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    Overeem and Sapp, rofl. Does he really look any bigger than he normally does though?
     
  7. MatrixTMN White Belt

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    He had less definition, could not see his abdominal muscles.
     
  8. Rex Kwon Do ál-ḥámdúlílláh

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    Seriously? This sentence--"I can't believe that ____ guy beat Bob Sapp"--should never be uttered. If Bob's career has shown us anything, it's that he can be beat by any type of guy at anything.
     
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    Post of the very short new year.

    Bravo.
     
  10. MatrixTMN White Belt

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    You mean Japan?
     
  11. Det Kimble <img src="http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/6586/ba

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  12. trane Red Belt

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    Overeem showed a lot of heart
     
  13. xelad1 Purple Belt

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    Horsuuuu meatuuuuuuu
     
  14. Mother Effer White Belt

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    lol this is great
     
  15. Pterodactyl Brown Belt

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    I find it strange that so many folks just expect Overeem to suddenly become an average sized human.

    He'll show up against Bigfoot looking like the same beast that mauled Lesnar.
     
  16. cade187 I'm not a part of your system.

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    Congrats Japan on finding the ONE contest Bob Sapp could beat Overeem in lol.
     
  17. Blackened It is a new era! Banned

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    He did have some great performances early in his career.
     
  18. cade187 I'm not a part of your system.

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    Also, I'm surprised Dana didn't try to shut this arm wrestling competition down lol.
     
  19. raconnor Rebawk Belt

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    He should've ran across the table, clinched Sapp, and uberknee'd the piss out of him
     
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    I wana see him up against Lincoln Hawk.
     

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