Alistair Overeem Files for Fight Licence, Appears in Front of NSAC on April 24th

Former Strikeforce, DREAM and K-1 champion, Alistair Overeem has reportedly filed for a fighters licence with the Nevada State Athletic Commission to compete at UFC 146 on May 26th in Las Vegas, Nevada. “The Reem” appears in front of the Commission on April 24th in an attempt to explain why his testosterone-to-epitestosterone levels were at a ratio of 14:1 when randomly tested just last month.

NSAC Executive Director Keith Kizer recently told the MMA Show that Overeem’s hearing will take place on April 24th, where they will determine whether or not to license him for the fight. Most likely the reason Dana White has yet to make a decision on a replacement opponent for dos Santos.

Kizer also revealed that Overeem is yet to request his “B-sample” to be tested, something that would be necessary as he failed his initial pee test by a ratio of 14:1 when it came to his T/E levels (6:1 was the maximum levels allowed).

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