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Dan ‘Hendo’ Henderson, Feels Confident and Believes that He and Jon Jones, Match Up Real Well
The former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ Dan ‘Hendo’ Henderson says in an interview aired in Sherdog.com Radio, that he feels that he and Jon Jones “match up real well”. His boost in confidence, stems from his hard earned victory against his contender, Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua, in last month’s headliner for UFC 139, where he won by unanimous decision.Read the rest of the article »
After being an UFC outcast, Semtex is set to face Hand of Steel on Strikeforce December 4 event. Both came from a bumpy MMA career, and aims to get to their destination.
The controversial British fighter, Paul Daley, is set to make his Strikeforce debut after being banished by UFC. According to multiple sources, he has verbally agreed to fight on December 4 in St. Louis versus Scott Smith. Though Scott “Hand of Steel” Smith is making a move down and Paul “Semtex” Daley is having trouble going under 171 pounds, the match will take place in a welterweight division.Read the rest of the article »
Hendo will officially lock horns with Babalu in the upcoming December 4 Strikeforce. Will the man who wrote his name in the Pride history conquers it all, or will the fighter coming fresh from a win takes it?
Strikeforce announced last Monday the Dan Henderson will officially take on Renato Sobral in the main event of December 4 Strikeforce, at Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
A Greco-roman wrestling hustler, Dan “Hendo” Henderson made his MMA debut in 1997 and went on to win his first nine fights after dropping a decision to Wanderlei Silva at Pride 12. Hendo enjoyed a successful run in Japan after departing the UFC for Pride. He retaliated his loss to Silva at Pride 33, and become the only fighter to hold welterweight and middleweight title concurrently in the history of Pride.Read the rest of the article »
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