“Hendo” has big plans for his future in MMA following a third clash with “The Phenom” at UFC Fight Night 77.
Grizzled mixed martial arts (MMA) legend and former Pride FC two-division champion Dan Henderson is stepping back into an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon on Nov. 7, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 77, for what will be his 45th career bout against familiar foe Vitor Belfort.
Just don’t count on it being his last.
“I have two more [fights]. Maybe that’ll be it; maybe there will be more. Maybe I’ll fight more, but it all depends on what happens in the next couple fights and with ZUFFA and what they want to do with me after that second fight on my contract,” Henderson told AXS TV’s Ron Kruck.
“The Phenom” sent the profound Olympic wrestler to his third straight loss in 2013, evening the score with Henderson, who captured a win over the Brazilian in Pride FC competition in 2006.
The 45-year-old wouldn’t fare well over the next two years, dropping lopsided tilts, while taking massive amounts of damage, against Mauricio “Shogun” Rua, Daniel Cormier and Gegard Mousasi. “Hendo” rebounded in a big way, following a 1-5 streak, taking out ….View original article
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