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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- Alistair Overeem, currently on a drug related suspension from the Nevada Athletic Commission, recently declared that he is the "most tested athlete in the world right now," but he's dealing with it, taking some time off and planning his comeback. One man that is high on his hit list is UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos. The two were scheduled to fight prior to Overeem's difficulties with the Nevada commission, but now Overeem is left to figure out his next
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