Michael Bisping will attempt to defend his middleweight title for the first time when he takes on old foe Dan Henderson this October 8 at UFC 204.
The bout is a rematch of their 2009 clash, which took place at UFC 100, and famously ended with Henderson scoring a crushing knockout blow that he followed up with an academic punch to his unconscious opponent.
Beyond the high-stakes characteristic of any title match, this bout also affords the champion a chance to get even.
The way Henderson sees things, the promotion should make quick title plans if he again starches champ Bisping and retires from the sport. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
On Saturday, the UFC 204 main event is a rematch more than seven years in the making.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
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