I'd hate to say it, but Overeem has never seemed at all passionate about fighting in SF. He obviously sees UFC as the place to be, and if signing with Dana and company is what it takes to get him focused and dedicated to MMA, then I'm all for it. I, too, want to see SF build itself up and establish an impressive roster, but I think it has and is continuing to do so without Overeem, so the loss wouldn't be detrimental to the alternative organization whatsoever. On the plus side, it's a great addition to an ever evolving UFC HW division. The potential for classic encounters are endless, and I'd have to imagine that Overeem would be an instant contender, though I have to ask... I've only ever seen him predominantly fight stand-up... how are his ground skills?