If overhand rights were a currency, fighters from around the world would travel to Fedor’s home in Stary Oskol, Russia with signs claiming that they are the 99%. Dan Henderson would probably have the same problem in California. We would need Dana White to step in and be the Ron Paul of this situation. The majority of the world’s wealth resides in only a small population of overhand right hands, and that’s an ongoing problem in the world of MMA, but people refuse to protest because this is all part of a pointless analogy that has little-to-no context outside of my imagination. The truth is that I’ve always wanted to see Fedor in the UFC. It would have been amazing to see the greatest heavyweight in the history of MMA compete against the best athletes during his prime. Unfortunately, that never went down, and Dana White has less interest in Fedor these days than I do in becoming a vegan according to this MMAInterviews video.