“I think I have a great chance to fight on that card. It's going to be great for Texas and a lot of people in Oklahoma. My goal is to have it be one of the bigger shows. If I can't fight, I am still going to promote it. It's going to be great for the sport to come here and try to fill the stadium. That would be impressive."
UFC welterweight Johny Hendricks suffered a devastating defeat this past weekend, though not in the fashion most folks might associate with such a heart-breaking loss. Rather than be finished or outclassed with ease by champion Georges St-Pierre, the bearded brawler actually earned the decision win in the eyes of nearly everyone outside of the judges’ panel. However, two scores went GSP’s way, and Hendricks was left to stew over having officially come up short. The 30-year recently sat down with The Dallas Morning News and discussed the situation in depth, offering up insight on how action went down in the Octagon and what his next move may be. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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