Dan Henderson at StrikeforceDan Henderson thought he did enough to earn the nod against Lyoto Machida at UFC 157 on Saturday night, but in the end, he was the one on the short end of the scorecards, losing via split decision.

At 42 years of age, the questions of “how much longer” always come after a win or a loss. Henderson didn’t say specifically how much longer he would continue fighter, but did say, “I’m not done. I still have goals I wanna reach in the sport.”

Check out what else Dan Henderson had to say at the UFC 157 post-fight press conference…

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