“The Reem” Finds Optimism Following 2-3 UFC Skid

October 15, 2014 12:47 pm by BJPENN.COM News

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“You put in the work and you come back. I’m 34 years old. If I would be injured, yes, maybe, but I still love what I do – I love working and improving. I’m an athlete, I’m a fighter, I’m a champion – this is what I do. I think there’s a couple different ways you can look at the results. These results are not good, I totally agree. Would I like to have other results? Of course I would like to have other results – I’m a winner. I like winning. I enjoy winning and I put in the work to win. However, winning is not just a matter of work; it’s a combination of factors: it’s your sparring partners, your coaches, your diet – it’s the whole package, even your personal life. In that sense, it’s a continuous building of a puzzle and I think that the puzzle is very good right now.”

Despite just going 2-3 inside the UFC’s Octagon, Former Strikeforce, DREAM and K-1 Grand Prix champion, Alistair Overeem keeps things positive while attempting to regain his former dominance.

Can he do it?

(Quote via UFC.COM)

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