Former Strikeforce, Dream and K-1 Heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem may be suspended until December 29 for failing a urine test but that hasn't made him humble. The Dutch fighter spoke to MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani and had a LOT to say about UFC president Dana White, performance enhancing drugs and UFC HW champ Junior dos Santos.
Quotes are after the jump...
Transcription via MMA Mania:
"For me, I'm a fighter, I'm here to kick ass, I don't care who I'm fighting. I'm already a three-time world champion, I'll fight anybody, anywhere, so I'm going to leave that to the gentlemen of the UFC to decide. I know [Junior dos Santos] didn't want to fight me in the first place. I know he was happy [about the NSAC decision], I just know that. I hit very hard, I've knocked out a lot of people, I've submitted a lot of people. I am, in any way you look at it, a legitimate threat to his title. I'm gonna get it. He knows that. Cain (Velasquez) is also doing very well right now, but Cain doesn't hit as hard as I do. Cain is smaller than I am and has less experience. I'm the biggest legitimate threat out there, that's why he's afraid."