Technically, the only way Alistair Overeem can be Fabricio Werdum’s son is if Werdum’s reproductive organs had the ability to procreate at the tender age of three. Since modern science hasn’t found an anomaly of this nature, I can only assume that Werdum calling Overeem his son is completely false. However, to fully evaluate his claims, a paternity test is required. Don’t worry, when I arrive in New Jersey for the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand-Prix later tonight, I’ll see if I can get some DNA samples from Vai Cavalo. It’s only right — and by no means am I calling Fabricio Werdum a liar, but his claim seems pretty extraordinary. Alistair Overeem shares my same belief, and in this brief interview, he expresses his concerns over Fabricio Werdum’s accusation.