I said it before, if it gets tough for Reem, he usually wilts.
However, I still DESPISE the Bigfoot bully act. I hate it. He's used to being a 330 lb. monster and people cowering in front of his massive head.
It looked like an almost immediate short right during the tie-up added to the damage but I did see the clash as well.
I'm telling you, it was the clash of heads at the beginning of the round that did Reem in!
Overeem is a very effective striker but his combinations and approach are so easy to scout it's not even funny. A few years ago, I said his techniques were effective but amateur-ish and got BLASTED by some K-1 fans right after he won the GP. Watch him, though. It's usually a couple of wide/wading in punches followed by a tie-up and a couple of knees to the body and a few wide punches to the covered head.
And the piano, it sounds like a carnival
And the microphone smells like a beer