Welcome to our live coverage of UFC on ESPN 9 with a headline bout between heavyweights Alistair Overeem and Walt Harris on ESPN.
The card marked just the second time the UFC has held an event in Washington, D.C. and the first since 2011 when Dominick Cruz defended his title.
Alistair Overeem and Jairzinho Rozenstruik headline the UFC's return to Washington D.C. for the second time this weekend live on ESPN.
The UFC returns to the nation's capital with a heavyweight main event between Alistair Overeem and Walt Harris this December.
During his incredible UFC run, Stipe Miocic has faced off against - and defeated - some of the top names in the heavyweight division.
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Fun fact: Alistair Overeem began fighting in MMA before Zuffa owned the UFC, before the Unified Rules were adopted, and before it was cool.
The former Strikeforce champion earned himself his fourth win in his last six fights with a first round finish in Russia on ESPN+.
Alistair Overeem is so old, he remembers the days before electricity. He's so old, he actually had to eat horse meat to get big.
Overeem, who returns to action at UFC Fight Night 149 live on ESPN+ this Saturday, had no troubles taking out Lesnar in 2011.
The event, set for Saint Petersburg, Russia, airs entirely on ESPN+ and features Alistair Overeem vs. Alexey Oleinik in the main event.
He may have fallen short in his last couple outings, but Alistair Overeem managed to find a win via TKO at UFC Fight Night 141.
UFC Fight Night 141 is coming to us from China this weekend, and like Chinese food, we’re going to be hungry immediately afterwards.