Alistair Overeem displayed his veteran prowess at UFC Vegas 9 last night. During the fight, he took on Augusto Sakai, stayed the course, and found a way to win during tough times. Initially, both men traded shots and clinch work on the feet. Until Overeem realized that he could take Sakai down with relative ease. Eventually, he was able to secure a TKO victory via ground and pound. Which, raised the question, who should Alistair fight next? In the eyes of Overeem, he'd be happy to fight Derrick Lewis or have a rematch with Jairzinho \u2018Bigi Boy\u2019 Rozenstruik. Once the fourth round started, it was pretty much the beginning of the end for Augusto Sakai. During the broadcast, commentator Daniel Cormier was vocal about how Overeem's takedown attempts were technically incorrect. However, he was able to get the job done with veteran savvy. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CEyrNQFANt5\/ Overeem Speaks on Next Matchup, Possibly Bigi Boy Rematch After the fight, Cormier, as well as fans of the sport wondered what should be next for Alistair. After all, he's virtually faced the very best for generations. DC thought that a rematch against Bigi Boy made the most sense as Curtis Blaydes faces Derrick Lewis. Turns out, Overeem isn't opposed to those matches, and he spoke about them during the post-fight presser. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vZ0KiTdrJNrs \u201cDerrick Lewis is just talking crap,\u201d Overeem said. \u201cMy teammate, Curtis (Blaydes) is gonna destroy him, and I\u2019d be happy to kind of do that after, Curtis \u2013 Curtis first. \u201cWell, (Jairzinho) Rozenstruik \u2013 I destroyed that man, I schooled him,\u201d Overeem stated. \u201cIn my opinion, it was a very bad decision from the ref \u2013 waving it off with zero seconds left. I have no problem running that back. In my mind, I already beat him, you know? It\u2019s only on paper that he kinda got it (the win), and he knows it too. But, no problem running that back.\u201c Next for the Demolition Man At this point in Overeem's career, which fight makes the most sense? It's difficult to climb back to the title when all the current contenders are past opponents. This leaves The Reem with a host of rematches to choose from. Especially if he still desires to become the UFC Heavyweight champion.