Dan Henderson is nearly set for his first fight since an injury forced him out of a title fight with UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones.
Henderson will meet fellow contender Lyoto...
Dan Henderson is currently on the mend from a knee injury, but he’ll likely be fighting Lyoto Machida at UFC 156 on Super Bowl weekend... at least, that’s what he’s told.
A light heavyweight contest between top talents Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida is in the works for the UFC’s annual Super Bowl Saturday card.
A UFC light heavyweight showdown between two of the top fighters in the division, Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida, has been targeted for UFC 156 on Super Bowl weekend, but a shadow of doubt ...
Despite being the co-main event, Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida top the list of UFC 157 fighter salaries from Saturday night's event at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.
Dan Henderson felt he did enough to win in the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche co-main event against Lyoto Machida, but ultimately blames himself for the loss.
The crowd may have booed his efforts, but Lyoto Machida nevertheless felt certain of victory before hearing his name called.
The winner of the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche co-main event between Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson will get a title shot.
Having found himself out of the Octagon for more than 15 months, Dan Henderson is done playing the waiting game, as he embraces fight against Lyoto Machida.
There are a lot of options for contenders in the UFC light heavyweight division but Dana White confirms that if Dan Henderson wins his next fight, he will get his long awaited title shot.