By Nolan King | April 13, 2020 7:30 pm Like dozens of his UFC counterparts, Alistair Overeem doesn’t know when he’ll fight again. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Overeem (45-18 MMA, 9-7 UFC) recently traveled from his native Amsterdam to his training home of Denver. While flights are still happening, this plane was expectedly empty, Overeem said in a recent interview with Duello Channel. “There are not many flights – not many people traveling right now,” Overeem said. “The plane was 10 percent (or) 15 percent (full), but there are still some flights going on.” Traveling isn’t unusual for Overeem. The 39-year-old fighter has competed internationally for a plethora of notable organizations. Along his journey, he’s spent time in various countries training at different gyms and picking the brains of some of MMA’s best minds. In February, Overeem said, he spent Chinese New Year in Thailand. Judging by those around him during his stay, Overeem said it’s likely he’s already had coronavirus. He credits his carefulness in maintaining his immune system throughout the years for his lack of intimidation of the virus. “This is the time to eat healthy and be healthy, right?” Overeem said. “It’s very good

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