One day your children will read about a thirty-foot tall giant that lived in the hills of Russia. They will learn that his garments were made from the fear and tears of his opponents and his bones were constructed of adamantium. When this giant would throw an overhand right, planets would recoil in terror and the entire field of astrophysics would take note on its precise trajectory. Time and space would stand in awe at the various ways in which this man broke the limitations they've placed on the universe. This man is Fedor Emelianenko and in this interview with Mixfight.ru, he has finally called out Alistair Overeem.
"Absolutely, I would like a rematch with Werdum. But as he was recently operated on, then as soon as this fight is unlikely to happen. This year, in November-December, I would prefer to meet in a cage with Alistair Overeem"
Comparing Fedor Emelianenko to a human is like comparing my old 2001 Daewoo Lanos to the friggin Death Star. One can take you to 0-60mph in a mere 13 seconds, the other can erase entire planets from the galaxy. I remember in Blade Runner, robots didn't know whether they were human, so some of them became prostitutes in clear rain coats and others became Rutger Hauer. I'm not sure exactly what happened in Blade Runner, my uncle forced me to watch it because it would 'blow my mind'. Maybe if didn't watch The Matrix then yeah, I can understand how it can be a little bit 'overwhelming'. Moral of the story: Fedor isn't human and whenever you give a stripper money to buy alcohol, she will never come back. [Source]