UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre opened as a -225 favorite over his next challenger, Johny Hendricks, who is a +175 underdog. Veteran oddsmaker Joey Oddessa on Wednesday confirmed...
Johny Hendricks avoided a serious hand injury in this past weekend's UFC 158 co-headliner and now hopes to fight welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre in late summer.
Several UFC fighters are on the hit list, recently suffering injuries. We have updates on the condition of many of them.
Johny Hendricks reports that his hand is not broken. He is, in fact, looking forward to his shot at UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre.
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Hendricks showed he is much more than a power-puncher in a thrilling win over Carlos Condit.
Johny Hendricks (15-1 MMA, 10-1 UFC) defeated Carlos Condit (28-7 MMA, 5-3 UFC) via unanimous decision and became the No. 1 contender.
For Johny Hendricks, there are no sweeter words than those of UFC president Dana White, "“(Hendricks) is your number one contender. No doubt. Done.”
Johny Hendricks took a decision from Carlos Condit at UFC 158, and then called on UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre to give him the title shot he believes he's earned.