Fresh off two very close back-to-back decision victories over Frankie Edgar, Ben Henderson knows just how hard it is to finish the top guys in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Reeling off five consecutive decision victoriesShow More Summary
Nate Diaz knows he has to stop Ben Henderson instead of relying on a decision – UFC News Recently, many fighters have become afraid of winning fights via decision, especially when it is about facing a tough foe. Nate Diaz, lightweight contender under the Ultimate Fighting Championship banner, is one of them. Show More Summary
Don't be scared of the judges, homie. That is, unless your last name happens to be Diaz, which is the message Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Nate Diaz subtly conveyed during a recent television interview. Mixed martial...Show More Summary
Ben Henderson will defend his 155-pound title against Nate Diaz in the main event of UFC on FOX 5 next month in Seattle. According to coach Cesar Gracie, "Smooth" is going to get lit up on the feet before succumbing to a third or fourth round tapout.
No more "Mr. Nice Guy." That's the message Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson looks to convey when he attempts to defend his title for the second time in a bout against Nate Diaz at UFC on FOX 5, which is scheduled to go down in Seattle, Wash. Show More Summary
They were the four horsemen. While Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson was busy settling his differences with the man he took the title from, former 155-pound kingpin Frankie Edgar, four of the top...Show More Summary
Check out the video preview trailer for the UFC on FOX 5: "Henderson vs. Diaz" event scheduled for Sat., Dec. 8, 2012, at the KeyArena in Seattle, Washington, featuring a lightweight title bout between champ Ben Henderson and challenger Nate Diaz.
Top MMA stars like Alistair Overeem, Ben Henderson and Martin Kampmann, among others, predict the winner of the UFC 154 main event, featuring a 170-pound title fight between Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit.
UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson is regarded as a big lightweight. He cuts a significant amount of weight to make the 155-pound limit for the division. Henderson is 5'9" tall. That's around average or a bit bigger for a lightweight. Show More Summary
Current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson has often times been called "un-submitable." Escaping from dangerous and near fight-ending situations on more than one occasion throughout his mixed martial...Show More Summary
A mixed martial artist’s journey is motivated by the goal of perpetual self-improvement. Arguably no fighter better exemplifies this attitude than Nate Diaz. Once a talented though frustratingly middling fighter who indecisively hopped...Show More Summary
Despite his admitted difficulty in cutting down to 155 pounds, UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson says there's no way he'll go up to welterweight. Henderson debunked talks of an upcoming shift in weight class via his Twitter account,...Show More Summary
(Henderson, seen here making Shane Roller rapidly consider cutting to featherweight at WEC 40.) No, we are not jumping on the Nate Diaz bandwagon. Not yet, at least. In a recent interview with MMAJunkie, current UFC lightweight champion...Show More Summary
U mad? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson is a little perplexed as to why the mixed martial arts (MMA) community is up in arms over his recent comments about reigning middleweight champion Anderson...Show More Summary
It's now been over a month since UFC 151 was supposed to happen but didn't. That hasn't stopped folks in the MMA world from both asking and talking about it and, as has always been the case, Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones is at...Show More Summary
Nate Diaz has worked hard to get to where he is. After spending a couple of years fighting for World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), he got his shot at the big show, when he entered, as contestant, in Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC)...Show More Summary
Though the UFC still has eight events left in 2012, only three of them will feature a title fight. UFC 154 has Carlos Condit vs. Georges St-Pierre, the main attraction of UFC on FOX 5 is Ben Henderson vs. Nate Diaz, while UFC 155 will be headlined by Junior Dos Santos vs. Show More Summary
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Ben Henderson is preparing to defend his UFC lightweight title against Nate Diaz on Dec. 8 in Seattle. Here is an inside look at his training camp. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson will put hisShow More Summary
Taking an in-depth look into the training and general fight philosophies of the UFC's biggest stars, The NOC's "Training Days" series is back, this time profiling UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson as he prepares to prepare to defend his belt for the second time against Nate Diaz at UFC on FOX 5 in December. Show More Summary