It’s always fun to watch legends collide and such is certainly true when it comes to the bout between Belfort (23-10) and Henderson (29-10). They met once before under the PRIDE banner with “Hendo” earning a decision win but that was seven years ago. If Henderson falls to Belfort this time around, it will spark the first three-fight skid of his career and maybe even lead to his release. Meanwhile, Belfort is in position for a middleweight title-shot, and though his match-up with Henderson won’t come at 185 pounds it’s still crucial for him to look sharp in order to maintain said status.
November is a busy month for MMA fans thanks to a quartet of UFC cards on top of all the sport’s other goings-on. However, while the schedule may be stacked, the quality of the match-ups hasn’t suffered as a result with more than a few match-ups earning a “must see” tag. Here’s a look at ten of the top tilts on deck for November scheduled to take place at UFC Fight Night 31, UFC Fight Night 32, UFC 167, or the Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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