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Alistair Overeem says Fedor lost due to ‘bad karma’ from M-1 Global

Alistair Overeem says Fedor lost due to ‘bad karma’ from M-1 Global

Let’s face it, if you absolutely had to be a cannibal, you would rather eat the flesh of a woman over a guy. Even in the dire need of sustenance and survival, it’s still somewhat gay to consume the body of another man. Sure your best friend can prevent you from giving way to death by starvation, but if you were to go through with it and survive — you wouldn’t hear the end of it from your drinking buddies. Now place Alistair Overeem in this same scenario and starvation would be non-existent. The only thing one would have to do is find a spot on Overeem’s shoulder, hop on and fly through the clouds, NeverEnding Story style. That’s a hell of a picture to paint just to tell you guys that Overeem believes Fedor lost due to ‘bad karma’ stemming from M-1 Global.

“I have said it many times, M-1 is doing everything to get attention and they know they only get media attention if they say stupid things so they will demand crazy things to get there voice out there. I’ve always said that I will do my test like every other fighter. I honestly believe that Fedor lost the fight because of ‘bad’ karma. I’ve heard stories what M-1 did to their own staff and what they are demanding. They used Fedor to get what they want. What goes around comes around and that’s Fedor losing. I seriously like Fedor and I had mixed feelings when he lost. On the one hand I wanted to see Fedor in the semi finals but on the other hand I’m happy so M-1 is not co-promoting any event where I will be fighting in.”

See, I knew we would never see Fedor vs. Overeem despite the number of hypothetical hype videos regarding the imaginary event. Ah well, at least we can endlessly play the match on EA Sports MMA. [Source]

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