Dan Henderson Still Hoping For UFC/Strikeforce Title Unification Bout
“I think the biggest fight that the UFC would make money on and the fans would want to see, I would think, would be me against the winner of Jones and Rampage. That would be a fight to unify the titles with Strikeforce and UFC, I think that would be a good move. … I’m not opposed to (fighting Shogun) but I think it wouldn’t be a fight that I would be excited about right now. I think maybe if he’s got one more big win on him. I don’t know, it’s not really my place to say but I think business wise for the UFC, it would be the biggest thing for them, to unify the titles.”
In speaking with our good buddies over at MMAInterviews.tv, Dan Henderson talks about his future and what he thinks is the best move for the fans and ZUFFA.
The current Strikeforce light-heavyweight champion as well a free agent, Dan Henderson is looking solely for the shot at the UFC title that evaded him when he first attempted to unify the belt as the last reigning PRIDE champion.
Could a second shot at unifying the world titles, this time as Strikeforce champion prove more favorable for the aging vet?
19 Responses to “Dan Henderson Still Hoping For UFC/Strikeforce Title Unification Bout”
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.