After serving up an H-Bomb to Tim Boetsch on Saturday at UFC Fight Night 68, Dan Henderson (pictured) now has the opportunity to do something most aging fighters don’t – he can leave the game on a winning note.However, that’s not the 44-year-old’s intentions. After fending off Father Time once again to avoid his third straight loss, Henderson is committed to fulfilling the...
Below you’ll find UFC Fight night 68 post-fight interviews with the winners of the main and co-main event of the evening, Dan Henderson and Ben Rothwell.
Dan Henderson is winning both inside and outside of the Octagon. The 44-year-old walloped Tim Boetsch in his UFC fight on Saturday night, and then he celebrated his victory inside the cage with his smoking hot wife. It was almost straight out of a scene from “Talladega Nights.” Check out Hendo’s wife Rachel Malter just...Read More
Before Saturday's UFC main event, I'd written that all-time great Dan Henderson should retire. It had nothing to do with claiming Henderson's skills had diminished or that he was somehow a worse fighter than he was in his prime.
They hadn't, and he wasn't.
Surely Henderson, at just a couple months shy of 45 years of age, has more knowledge, skill and savvy than at any previous point...
On a card that saw 10 of 12 fights end inside the distance, 44-year-old Dan Henderson (31-13) capped it off with a 28-second KO of Tim Boetsch (18-9). Chalk up KO number 15 for the man with the most lethal right hand in the history of the sport. The highlights are all yours to enjoy below.
Just when it looked like Dan Henderson was done after losing five of his previous six fights, he goes out and shows the world he’s still a lethal threat in the UFC. Hendo landed his patented “H-Bomb” in the opening seconds of his “UFC Fight Night” bout with Tim Boetsch on Saturday in New Orleans...Read More
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Bringing more punch than Emeril Lagasse, the UFC rolls into the Smoothie King Center for a Fight Night this weekend. In the main...
Dan Henderson (pictured) has lost five of his last six scraps, including two straight. Things are looking any better this weekend when Hendo battles Tim Boetsch.Boetsch is more than a 2-1 odds-on favorite to beat Henderson at UFC Fight Night 68. Henderson, meanwhile, is pegged at +165.Could another loss spell the end in the UFC for Henderson?Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana...
Dan Henderson’s TKO of Shogun Rua came suddenly and explosively. It was a vintage H-Bomb saving a fight Henderson was losing after the first two rounds. It was the kind of devastating power that has been responsible for the destruction of fighters in three different weight classes during Henderson’s legendary career.
In a reversal of their first fight, Rua came out fast and dropped...
The Dan Henderson H-Bomb struck again! Hendo defeated Shogun Rua in the third round of their fight at “UFC Fight Night 3″ on Sunday with a massive right hand to the dome in a rematch of their fight at UFC 139. Hendo was going for a takedown but was stifled by Rua, but Rua let […]