Alistair Overeem

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Alistair Overeem
BornAlistair Cees Overeem
(1980-05-17) May 17, 1980 (age 34)
Hounslow, England
Other namesThe Reem
The Demolition Man
NationalityDutch
English
EthnicityDutch
Jamaican
Height6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight248 lb (112 kg; 17.7 st)
DivisionHeavyweight (2007–present)
Light Heavyweight (1999–2007)
Reach80 in (203 cm)[1]
Fighting out ofAmsterdam, Netherlands[2]
TeamTeam Jackson-Winkeljohn (2014)
Jaco Hybrid Training Center (Blackzilians)
Golden Glory (former) Mike's Gym
TrainerGreg Jackson & Mike Winkeljohn
Years active1999–present
Kickboxing record
Total14
Wins10
By knockout7
Losses4
By knockout3
Mixed martial arts record
Total52
Wins37
By knockout15
By submission19
By decision3
Losses14
By knockout9
By submission2
By decision3
No contests1
Other information
OccupationMixed martial arts fighter
Notable relativesValentijn Overeem - brother
Websitewww.thereem.com
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: June 24, 2016 (2016-06-24)
 
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Alistair Overeem
BornAlistair Cees Overeem
(1980-05-17) May 17, 1980 (age 34)
Hounslow, England
Other namesThe Reem
The Demolition Man
NationalityDutch
English
EthnicityDutch
Jamaican
Height6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight248 lb (112 kg; 17.7 st)
DivisionHeavyweight (2007–present)
Light Heavyweight (1999–2007)
Reach80 in (203 cm)[1]
Fighting out ofAmsterdam, Netherlands[2]
TeamTeam Jackson-Winkeljohn (2014)
Jaco Hybrid Training Center (Blackzilians)
Golden Glory (former) Mike's Gym
TrainerGreg Jackson & Mike Winkeljohn
Years active1999–present
Kickboxing record
Total14
Wins10
By knockout7
Losses4
By knockout3
Mixed martial arts record
Total52
Wins37
By knockout15
By submission19
By decision3
Losses14
By knockout9
By submission2
By decision3
No contests1
Other information
OccupationMixed martial arts fighter
Notable relativesValentijn Overeem - brother
Websitewww.thereem.com
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: June 24, 2016 (2016-06-24)

Alistair Cees Overeem (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːvəreːm], English /ˈvərm/; born 17 May 1980) is an English-born Dutch mixed martial artist and kickboxer signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is a former Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion, DREAM Heavyweight Champion, K-1 World Grand Prix Champion, and is the only fighter to hold world titles in both MMA and K-1 kickboxing at the same time.

As of September 9, 2014, he is #10 in official UFC Heavyweight rankings.[3]

Biography[edit]

Overeem was born on (1980-05-17)May 17, 1980 to a Dutch mother and Jamaican father. His parents divorced when he was six years old and his mother, Clair, then moved Alistair and his brother Valentijn to the Netherlands, where he spent the remainder of his childhood.

As a child, Overeem competed in judo, track and field and basketball. At the age of 15, Overeem's older brother Valentijn took him to Chris Dolman's gym to train. At first Overeem found the training overly violent and aggressive, but after training with Bas Rutten, Joop Kasteel and others, he eventually learned to enjoy it.

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

Overeem had his first MMA professional fight at 19 years old, defeating Ricardo Fyeet by guillotine choke submission on October 24, 1999 (1999-10-24) at It's Showtime, the first event of the eponymously named promotion.

Early MMA career[edit]

After posting a 10–3 record in RINGS, M-1, It's Showtime, and 2 Hot 2 Handle, Overeem debuted in the PRIDE Fighting Championships on July 20, 2002, defeating Yusuke Imamura by TKO in just 44 seconds.

PRIDE FC[edit]

Overeem won two more fights in PRIDE before entering the 2003 PRIDE Middleweight Grand Prix at Pride Total Elimination 2003 and losing to future UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Chuck Liddell in the quarterfinal match. Overeem rebounded to defeat Tomohiko Hashimoto at the Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2003 in 36 seconds. On October 31, 2004, Overeem fought Hiromitsu Kanehara, defeating him by TKO part-way through the second round at PRIDE 28. Overeem lost his next fight against Brazilian Top Team fighter Antônio Rogério Nogueira.

In 2005, Overeem entered the PRIDE Middleweight Grand Prix at PRIDE Total Elimination 2005 where he defeated former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Vitor Belfort, by submission, in the opening round. Overeem would move on to fight Igor Vovchanchyn in the quarterfinals at PRIDE Critical Countdown 2005 taking under two minutes to win via submission. Overeem lost in the semifinals to the eventual champion Mauricio Rua.

In February 2006, Overeem fought Russian Top Team favorite Sergei Kharitonov. Overeem won, dislocating Kharitonov's shoulder in the process. With his win over Kharitonov, Overeem secured a spot in the PRIDE 2006 Openweight Grand Prix at PRIDE Total Elimination Absolute. He fought Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist Fabricio Werdum, and lost via kimura in the second round.

Debut in Strikeforce[edit]

After his loss, Overeem traveled to San Jose, California to rematch Vitor Belfort at Strikeforce: Revenge. Overeem won the fight by decision in the evening's main event.

Return to PRIDE[edit]

A month later Overeem returned to PRIDE for a highly anticipated rematch with Antônio Rogério Nogueira. Overeem entered the fight with a heavily-taped neck. After controlling the first round and a half with his striking, Overeem was stumbled from a punch, Nogueira followed with a flurry of strikes. Worried Overeem would be more severely injured, his corner threw in the towel.

At PRIDE Final Conflict Absolute, Overeem lost to Ricardo Arona. Overeem was on the receiving end of a leg kick that caused a non-serious injury to his nerves, causing him to lose feeling in his foot and leg. Unable to mount an offense or defend against Arona, Overeem tapped out to avoid further injury.

He then suffered another KO loss to Mauricio Rua at PRIDE 33, but returned in June 2007 with a submission win over Michael Knaap at K-1 Grand Prix in Amsterdam (despite K-1 being a kickboxing promotion, the bout was fought under MMA rules).

On September 17, 2007, at HERO'S 10: Middleweight Tournament Final Alistair faced Sergei Kharitonov again. Overeem showed solid movement as soon as the first round began, but he suffered a KO loss just before the end of the first round.

Return to Strikeforce/DREAM/Dynamite[edit]

On November 16, 2007, Overeem defeated Paul Buentello for the vacant Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship by submission due to knee strikes.[4]

On June 15, 2008 Overeem won by KO in the first round against Lee Tae-Hyun at DREAM 4. On July 21, 2008, Overeem defeated K-1 World Grand Prix Champion Mark Hunt in the first round by submission at DREAM 5.

His next fight was against Mirko Filipović at DREAM 6 on September 23, 2008.[5] After almost half of the first round which saw Overeem taking down Filipovic multiple times and effectively striking from the top position, cutting his Croatian foe, the bout was stopped and declared a no contest due to Alistair landing multiple knees to the groin of Filipovic.

Overeem was rumored to make his first title defense against Heavyweight Brett Rogers on June 6 at Strikeforce: Lawler vs. Shields, however a hand injury scuttled plans for the fight.[6] According to Golden Glory manager Bas Boon, Overeem had suffered a hand infection following a nightclub brawl early May 2009. According to Boon, Alistair and his brother Valentijn – both Heavyweights – had been involved in an altercation that left five security staff needing hospital treatment and nearly cost Alistair his hand.

Overeem was scheduled to make his first Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship defense in a rematch against Fabricio Werdum at Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg, but had to pull out due to a hand injury, most likely caused from his nightclub brawl.

Alistair defeated Tony Sylvester at Golden Glory's 10 year anniversary celebration with a standing guillotine choke.[7] He used the same choke only eight days later to submit James Thompson at DREAM 12.[8]

Overeem has stated that he wants a rubber match with Badr Hari, only this time in an MMA bout.[9]

Overeem was set to face Andrei Arlovski at Dynamite!! 2009 but FEG instead opted to have him face, Kazuyuki Fujita to keep with the DREAM vs. Sengoku theme.[10] Overeem quickly overpowered his opponent and recorded a knockout with a knee to the head.

Overeem then faced Brett Rogers on May 15, 2010 at Strikeforce: Heavy Artillery to defend his Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship.[11] He won the fight via TKO (punches) in the first round. In his post-fight interview, Overeem declared for another time that he wants to fight Fedor Emelianenko, claiming that Fedor's management can no longer ignore his presence.[12] The majority of Alistair Overeem's pre-fight training camp took place at the newly opened Golden Glory Gym in Pattaya, Thailand, where "The Demolition Man" concentrated on the further improvement of his Muay Thai skills.[13]

Overeem faced Todd Duffee on December 31, 2010 at Dynamite!! 2010.[14] Overeem defeated Duffee by way of knockout 19 seconds into the first round to win the DREAM Interim Heavyweight Championship.[15] Overeem was later upgraded to DREAM Heavyweight Champion.[citation needed]

Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix[edit]

In early 2011, Overeem was named as one of eight men that will take part of the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix, alongside rivals Fabricio Werdum, Sergei Kharitonov, Brett Rogers, Josh Barnett, Andrei Arlovski, Antonio Silva and Fedor Emelianenko.

A rematch with Fabricio Werdum took place on June 18, 2011, at Strikeforce: Dallas as part of an eight-man Heavyweight tournament.[16]

Removal from GP/Strikeforce[edit]

On July 17, it was announced that Overeem was removed from the promotion’s 2011 Heavyweight Grand Prix. Overeem went on to state that he felt the September date was too soon for him to return, and that he needed time to rest and heal after his June 18 quarterfinal decision win over Fabricio Werdum. Overeem swapped out for unbeaten up-and-comer Daniel Cormier.[17] Subsequently, on July 29, it was announced that Overeem had been released from the Strikeforce organization as Zuffa exercised their right to eliminate the one remaining fight on his contract.[18][19] It was revealed that the reason behind Overeem's release from Strikeforce was not due to his unwillingness to participate in the Grand Prix semifinals, but due to Golden Glory's policy requiring that the money fighters made through fights be paid through their management first.

This disagreement led not only to Overeem's release but also other Golden Glory stars under a Zuffa contract, including former Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion Marloes Coenen, Norwegian UFC Heavyweight Jon Olav Einemo, and even brother Valentijn Overeem. Team Golden Glory leader Bas Boon stated he has since changed the policy, and that Alistair Overeem could come to the UFC under an exclusive deal, if the right terms are offered, which he later received.[20]

Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]

After much speculation, on September 6, 2011, it was announced that Overeem had signed a contract with the UFC, and that his first fight would be against former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar on December 30, 2011 at UFC 141.[21][22]

The lead up to the fight was rife with controversy. In November 2011, both competitors were required by the NSAC to comply with out-of-competition drug testing. Lesnar delivered his sample screen on November 21, while Overeem delivered his on November 23. The screen, however, did not meet the standards of the commission. Overeem submitted a second test through his personal physician - which was also deemed unacceptable - before flying out of the country. Overeem was ultimately given a conditional license for the fight by the committee during a meeting held on December 12, 2011.[23]

On December 30, 2011, at UFC 141, Overeem made his UFC debut in the main event against Brock Lesnar . During the match, Overeem targeted his midsection and was able to land several strikes before delivering a powerful liver kick that dropped Lesnar to his knee and left him prey to a barrage of punches resulting in the referee stopping the fight and declaring Overeem the winner via TKO at 2:26 of the first round. The victory earned him a Heavyweight title shot against champion Junior dos Santos.

Failed drug test[edit]

In 2009, Zabit Samedov accused Overeem and Errol Zimmerman for steroid use during their fights.[24] His claims was supported by Badr Hari and Ruslan Karaev.[25]

Overeem was scheduled to fight UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos on May 26, 2012 at UFC 146. However, on April 4, 2012, Overeem was revealed to have failed his pre-fight drug test by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC).[26] Overeem had a 14-to-1 testosterone-to-epitestosterone (T/E) ratio, over the allowed ratio rate of 6-to-1. On Friday April 20, 2012, UFC President Dana White confirmed that Overeem has been removed from his fight with Dos Santos and replaced by Frank Mir.[27][28]

One day prior to his meeting with the NSAC, Overeem released a prepared statement to the media in which he claims the positive result of the drug test came as a result of a doctor prescribed "anti-inflammatory medication that was mixed with testosterone."[29] Overeem's lawyer filed a continuation request for additional time to gather support for his recent claim, which was voted on by the NSAC on April 24, 2012.[30] The request was denied and the NSAC voted unanimously to deny Overeem's application status for a period of nine months, dating back to March 27, the day of his drug test. He may reapply after this time period in December 2012.[31]

Return[edit]

Overeem returned to face Antonio Silva on February 2, 2013 at UFC 156.[32] Leading up to the fight, Overeem was dismissive of Silva's skills, claiming he was better than his opponent in every aspect of MMA.[33] Despite being a heavy betting favorite and having won rounds one and two, an overconfident Overeem lost to Silva by TKO in the third round. After the fight it was revealed that Overeem actually had lower than normal T-E ratios.[34]

Overeem was expected to face former UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos on May 25, 2013 at UFC 160.[35] However, in early March, Overeem pulled out of the bout citing an injury[36] and was replaced by Mark Hunt.[37]

For his third fight with the promotion, Overeem faced Travis Browne in the co-main event at UFC Fight Night 26 on August 17, 2013.[38] Overeem was dominant early in the fight, attacking Browne with a flurry of knees and punches. Browne recovered and defeated Overeem by knockout via a front kick and punches.

Overeem was scheduled to face Frank Mir on November 16, 2013 at UFC 167.[39] However, the pairing was moved to February 1, 2014 at UFC 169.[40] Overeem defeated Mir by unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) and called out Brock Lesnar in his post-fight interview.[41]

Overeem injured his elbow and decided to take the time out to have surgery, expecting to return in September 2014.[42] On July 9, the UFC announced he would face Ben Rothwell on September 5, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 50.[43] Rothwell defeated Overeem via TKO in the first round.[44]

Overeem is now expected to face Stefan Struve at UFC on Fox 13 on December 13, 2014.[45]

Kickboxing career[edit]

Overeem had his first professional kickboxing fight at the age of 17, in a K-1 rules fight on November 15, 1997 (1997-11-15). After that he fought against Paul Hordijk, winning by decision on March 14, 1999 (1999-03-14). Overeem then moved onto K-1, having two K-1 fights in six years against Errol Parris and Glaube Feitosa. Overeem was knocked out in both bouts and stayed with MMA from then on. He did not fight in K-1 for four more years.

On December 31, 2008, Overeem faced Badr Hari, one of K-1's top contenders, under K-1 rules. He defeated Hari by way of knockout in the first round. After that, he faced Remy Bonjasky, the defending K-1 Champion. Overeem came out aggressive in the first and second rounds, bullying Bonjasky and landing some impressive offense, but in the third was knocked down by a right hook from Bonjasky, who thereby secured a unanimous decision win. All three judges scored the bout 30–28.

On September 26 at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 Final 16, having been selected by fan voting after his impressive performances against Remy Bonjasky and Badr Hari, Overeem shocked the kickboxing world by achieving a huge upset. He defeated K-1's longest serving member, legendary three-time champion Peter Aerts by unanimous decision. At the K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 Final, Overeem knocked out Kyokushin Karate Champion, Ewerton Teixeira with a knee strike in the first round, but lost to Badr Hari, via TKO from a head kick in the semifinals.

At the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 in Yokohama, Overeem defeated Dzevad Poturak via KO (right knee) in round one at 2:40.[46] Overeem defeated Ben Edwards by TKO in the first round on October 2, 2010 at K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 Final 16.[47]

On December 11, at the Ariake Coliseum, Overeem fought at and won the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 Final. In the quarterfinals, he beat Tyrone Spong by Unanimous decision. In the semifinals he came face to face with his teammate Gokhan Saki, who he defeated by first round TKO due to injury, breaking Saki's right arm with a hard left kick. Saki's arm was already injured as a result of his previous fight with Daniel Ghita. In the finals, he fought Peter Aerts for the second time. Alistair came out aggressively and finished Aerts in the first round.

Personal life[edit]

Overeem has a daughter named Storm, born October 18, 2006.[48]

Legal issues[edit]

On January 1, 2012 following his match with Brock Lesnar at UFC 141, Overeem shoved a woman in the face, "causing her to stagger back," at the Wynn Las Vegas at about 3 a.m., according to the Las Vegas Police Department. Not arrested but summoned to court, Overeem was charged with misdemeanor battery and faced a maximum of six months in the Clark County Detention Center and a fine up to $1,000.[49] On March 28, 2012, Overeem was given a suspended 90 day county jail sentence plus 50 hours of community service and anger management with the potential of the battery charge being dropped if the requirements are fulfilled.[50][dated info]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Kickboxing[edit]

Mixed martial arts[edit]

Submission Grappling[edit]

Records[edit]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res.RecordOpponentMethodEventDateRoundTimeLocationNotes
Loss37–14 (1)Ben RothwellKO (punches)UFC Fight Night: Jacare vs. MousasiSeptember 5, 201412:19Mashantucket, Connecticut, United States
Win37–13 (1)Frank MirDecision (Unanimous)UFC 169February 1, 201435:00Newark, New Jersey, United States
Loss36–13 (1)Travis BrowneKO (front kick and punches)UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs. SonnenAugust 17, 201314:08Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Loss36–12 (1)Antonio SilvaKO (punches)UFC 156February 2, 201330:25Las Vegas, Nevada, United StatesUFC Heavyweight title eliminator.
Win36–11 (1)Brock LesnarTKO (body kick & punches)UFC 141December 30, 201112:26Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win35–11 (1)Fabricio WerdumDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: Overeem vs. WerdumJune 18, 201135:00Dallas, Texas, United StatesStrikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix Quarterfinal.
Win34–11 (1)Todd DuffeeKO (punches)Dynamite!! 2010December 31, 201010:19Saitama, JapanWon the DREAM Heavyweight Championship.
Win33–11 (1)Brett RogersTKO (punches)Strikeforce: Heavy ArtilleryMay 15, 201013:40St. Louis, Missouri, United StatesDefended the Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship.
Win32–11 (1)Kazuyuki FujitaKO (knee)Dynamite!! 2009December 31, 200911:15Saitama, Japan
Win31–11 (1)James ThompsonSubmission (standing guillotine choke)Dream 12October 25, 200910:33Osaka, Japan
Win30–11 (1)Tony SylvesterSubmission (guillotine choke)Ultimate Glory 11: A Decade of FightsOctober 17, 200911:23Amsterdam, Netherlands
Win29–11 (1)Gary GoodridgeSubmission (americana)Ultimate Glory 10: The Battle of ArnhemNovember 9, 200811:42Arnhem, Netherlands
NC28–11 (1)Mirko FilipovicNo Contest (knee to the groin)Dream 6September 23, 200816:09Saitama, JapanOvereem kneed Filipovic two times in the groin.
Win28–11Mark HuntSubmission (americana)Dream 5July 21, 200811:11Osaka, Japan
Win27–11Lee Tae-HyunKO (punches)Dream 4June 15, 200810:36Yokohama, Japan
Win26–11Paul BuentelloSubmission (knees to the body)Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man SurvivesNovember 16, 200723:42San Jose, California, United StatesWon inaugural Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship.
Loss25-11Sergei KharitonovKO (punch)HERO'S 10September 17, 200714:21Yokohama, Japan
Win25–10Michael KnaapSubmission (guillotine choke)K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in AmsterdamJune 23, 200714:51Amsterdam, NetherlandsMoves up to Heavyweight full-time.
Loss24–10Maurício RuaKO (punches)PRIDE 33February 24, 200713:37Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss24–9Ricardo AronaSubmission (punches)PRIDE Final Conflict AbsoluteSeptember 10, 200614:28Saitama, Japan
Loss24–8Antônio Rogério NogueiraTKO (corner stoppage)PRIDE Critical Countdown AbsoluteJuly 1, 200622:13Saitama, JapanReturn to Light Heavyweight.
Win24–7Vitor BelfortDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: RevengeJune 9, 200635:00San Jose, California, United StatesCatchweight bout of 210 lb.
Loss23–7Fabricio WerdumSubmission (kimura)PRIDE Total Elimination AbsoluteMay 5, 200623:43Osaka, JapanPRIDE 2006 Openweight Grand Prix Opening Round.
Win23–6Nikolajus CilkinasSubmission (armbar)WCFC: No Guts, No GloryMarch 18, 200611:42Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Win22–6Sergei KharitonovTKO (knees)PRIDE 31February 26, 200615:13Saitama, JapanMoves up to Heavyweight.
Loss21–6Maurício RuaTKO (punches)PRIDE Final Conflict 2005August 28, 200516:42Saitama, JapanPRIDE 2005 Middleweight Grand Prix Semifinal.
Win21–5Igor VovchanchynSubmission (guillotine choke)PRIDE Critical Countdown 2005June 26, 200511:20Saitama, JapanPRIDE 2005 Middleweight Grand Prix Quarterfinal.
Win20–5Vitor BelfortSubmission (guillotine choke)PRIDE Total Elimination 2005April 23, 200519:36Osaka, JapanPRIDE 2005 Middleweight Grand Prix Opening Round.
Loss19–5Antônio Rogério NogueiraDecision (unanimous)PRIDE 29February 20, 200535:00Saitama, Japan
Win19–4Hiromitsu KaneharaTKO (doctor stoppage)PRIDE 28October 31, 200423:52Saitama, Japan
Win18–4Rodney GlunderSubmission (guillotine choke)2 Hot 2 HandleOctober 10, 200411:32Rotterdam, NetherlandsWins 2H2H Light Heavyweight Championship.
Win17–4Tomohiko HashimotoTKO (knees)Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye 2003December 31, 200310:36Kobe, Japan
Loss16–4Chuck LiddellKO (punches)PRIDE Total Elimination 2003August 10, 200313:09Saitama, JapanPRIDE 2003 Middleweight Grand Prix Quarterfinal.
Win16–3Mike BencicSubmission (knee to the body and punches)PRIDE 26June 8, 200313:44Yokohama, Japan
Win15–3Aaron BrinkSubmission (guillotine choke)2H2H 6: Simply the Best 6March 16, 200310:53Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win14–3Bazigit AtajevTKO (knee to the body)PRIDE 24December 23, 200224:59Fukuoka, Japan
Win13–3Dave VaderTKO (doctor stoppage)2H2H 5: Simply the Best 5October 13, 200213:17Rotterdam, Netherlands2H2H Light Heavyweight Tournament Final.
Win12–3Moise RimbonSubmission (guillotine choke)2H2H 5: Simply the Best 5October 13, 200211:03Rotterdam, Netherlands2H2H Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal.
Win11–3Yusuke ImamuraTKO (knee & punches)PRIDE The Best Vol.2July 20, 200210:44Tokyo, Japan
Win10–3Vesa VuoriTKO (punches)2 Hot 2 Handle: GermanyMay 26, 200212:15Krefeld, Germany
Win9–3Sergey KaznovskySubmission (armbar)M-1 MFC: Russia vs. the World 3April 26, 200213:37Saint Petersburg, Russia
Win8–3Roman ZentsovSubmission (keylock)2H2H 4: Simply the Best 4March 17, 200211:26Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win7–3Stanislav NuschikTKO (knees)2H2H 2: Simply The BestMarch 18, 200110:53Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win6–3Vladimer ChanturiaSubmission (rear naked choke)RINGS: King of Kings 2000 FinalFebruary 24, 200111:06Tokyo, Japan
Win5–3Peter VerschurenSubmission (keylock)It's Showtime: Christmas EditionDecember 12, 200011:06Haarlem, Netherlands
Loss4–3Bobby HoffmanKO (punch)RINGS: Millennium Combine 2June 15, 200019:39Tokyo, Japan
Loss4–2Yuriy KochkineDecision (split)RINGS Russia: Russia vs. The WorldMay 20, 200025:00Yekaterinburg, Russia
Win4–1Yasuhito NamekawaSubmission (armbar)RINGS: Millennium Combine 1April 20, 200010:45Tokyo, Japan
Win3–1Can SahinbasKO (knee)2 Hot 2 Handle 1March 5, 200012:21Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win2–1Chris WattsKO (knee to the body)RINGS Holland: There Can Only Be One ChampionFebruary 6, 200013:58Utrecht, Netherlands
Loss1–1Yuriy KochkineDecision (majority)RINGS: King of Kings 1999 Block AOctober 28, 199925:00Tokyo, Japan
Win1–0Ricardo FyeetSubmission (guillotine choke)It's Showtime: It's ShowtimeOctober 24, 199911:39Haarlem, Netherlands

Kickboxing record[edit]

Alistair Overeem kickboxing record

Legend:       Win       Loss       Draw/No contest       Notes

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Awards and achievements
New championship1st Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion
November 16, 2007 – July 29, 2011
Vacant
Overeem stripped of title and released from Strikeforce
New title1st DREAM Interim Heavyweight Champion
December 31, 2010 – September 6, 2011
New title1st DREAM Heavyweight ChampionVacant
Overeem signed with UFC