Lolz...you'd probably KO em in the first shot. With that much weight around he's got ZERO mobility in fact I'd chose a 150 pounder against em. Kinda sad, but reminds me of the once Sumo Grand Champion Akebono. Man did he get lit up in MMA. His cardio lasted about a minute. In fact I think super sized fighters don't do well; Tim Sylvia, Bob Sapp, Akebono, Brock even (very clumsy/lack of balance), Super Mario, etc. Only Overeem is an exception. He was a true fighter before he got that big so his striking is fluid. It was just so awkward seeing Brock strike and take a punch. The top position was his realm, but outside of that a fish outta water.
Youtube the video when the fight happens and place bets like what my friend did. In the UK there was this bar brawler who wanted to fight my friend's buddy (ex-Russian military) and it was fawking hilarious.
Basically ex-commando says put all your money on me. British brawler runs up on em, the Russian side steps and punches him in the solar plexus...game over. What's funny was the Russian wanted to continue as that was his "warm up shot."
Man I got bags full of stories...lolz!
That story reminds me a bit of a guy I knew way back when. He was nerdy looking: glasses, bad haircut, sorta' ginger-ish. He always tagged along when we went to howl at the moon.
Invariably, and since he was so quiet and average looking, he would attract the attention of the bullies/butt-heads wherever we went.
The meatheads would start in on him, I suppose thinking he would be easy pickings, and this guy would flat-out dummy one of them- invariably with one punch.
It was hilarious.
Then with the rest of the weight-room posse standing there shocked into silence, the bouncers would come flying over, see who was involved, and tell the douchebags to get their knocked-out juicer friend the hell out of there.