The biggest fight Henderson may have on the horizon involves the internal struggle associated with losing a championship in such convincing fashion. Regardless, Henderson is still 7-1 in the Octagon and should be back in fine form once he heals up from any damage sustained in his defeat to Pettis at UFC 164.
UFC lightweight Benson Henderson went five full rounds with Anthony Pettis the first time the two collided in the cage but didn’t fare nearly so well last night at UFC 164. Henderson looked sharp in the beginning before getting caught in an Armbar and finished with less than a minute to go in the rumble’s opening round. With such plentiful options on the roster, “Bendo” will be back in the cage before long. Here are a few potential pairings for the former divisional king… (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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