“Hendo” is going to fight the devil in his own hometown …
Dan Henderson is as stoic as mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters come.
The 45-year-old Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Strikeforce and Pride FC veteran has endured a brutal — albeit highly successful — MMA career, capturing titles in almost every organization he’s called home. Now, the long-time leader of the Team Quest fight camp will compete in his 45th professional fight.
“I’m definitely a better fighter now,” Henderson told MMA Fighting. “Obviously, I’m a little bit older as well, and I’m sure certain things are a little slower, but for the most part I’m a much better fighter than I was then. I feel that I’m still just as powerful and dangerous as I was then.”
It will also be trilogy fight against former UFC light heavyweight titleholder Vitor Belfort, who most recently blitzed “Hendo” with a vicious head kick — albeit while competing on Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) — at UFC Fight Night 32 in Nov. 2013.
Henderson is familiar with the topic of TRT, having also been on a regimen in the past. With United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) overseeing the drug testing ….View original article