Antonio Bigfoot Silva suffers from gigantism, which at first glance, seems like it’s a condition you wouldn’t necessarily ‘suffer’ from. In fact, many of you wish you could be as genetically fortunate as him, to grow as big and strong as the Brazilian Strikeforce fighter. Being a huge heavyweight with a win over Fedor would negate the possibility of you suffering from anything other than rawesomeness. Nonetheless, gigantism is a real disorder, and people suffer from it. When Bigfoot isn’t dwelling over his genetic turmoil, he’s in the gym training for his next fight, and telling the entire world that Alistair Overeem ‘becomes a kitty’ when he gets punched according to this Bloodyelbow translation from Brazil’s Portal do Vale Tudo.
“A fight is a fight and anything can happen. They’re two very strong fighters, they’re at the top of their division but I don’t see how Overeem can beat Junior dos Santos. Overeem is (beating a lot of people), he’s a lion, but when (he gets hit) he becomes a kitty. When Junior first connects, Overeem’s spirit of a fighter will go to the dress room. I think it will be Junior with another knockout in his career.”
I personally see dozens of ways that Alistair Overeem can beat Junior Dos Santos, but my opinion is far less important because I suffer from average-joeism. Perhaps in another dimension, when I’m born with a cooler disorder, I’ll venture along the tight-rope and make fun of dudes like Alistair Overeem and his ability to take a punch from the greatest heavyweight fighters in the world. This present disposition and the current dimension is all out of criticism for the Demolition Man.