There are some fighters you don’t ever push away from the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA).
With a legendary resume, all-time great finishing ability, and a pure heart for competition, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight Dan Henderson (31-14 MMA, 8-8 UFC) is one of those fighters. But at 45 years of age and having won just two of his last eight Octagon appearances, the American’s MMA career may be finally coming to an end, especially if he loses again to Lyoto Machida (22-7 MMA, 14-7 UFC) at UFC on FOX 19 on April 16.
The former Olympic wrestler recently opened up about the possibility of walking away from the sport and his upcoming rematch with “The Dragon” in an interview with MMA Junkie Radio (featured above).
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