Johny Hendricks: 5 Fights for 'Big Rigg' to Take Next


Johny Hendricks: 5 Fights for 'Big Rigg' to Take Next

Entering UFC 171, the question was who would be the welterweight champion. Exiting the event, the question on everybody's mind is this: Who the heck gets the next title shot?

Indeed, the post-Georges St-Pierre welterweight division is a hot mess, and there are loads of potential contenders, none of them with especially amazing resumes. Still, somebody has to fight Hendricks next.

So, who will it be? Who could be next in line for a shot at the welterweight belt? 

Find out right here!

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