“I’d consider fighting anybody. As long as I didn’t have to cut too much weight, I’d pretty much fight anybody. I just want to get back in there as soon as possible. I hated the long layoff. I want to fight any one of the top 5 guys and I know I’m capable of beating them. That’ll keep me right up in there. I’ll take any one of them. I could sit here and bitch (about the Machida fight), but it doesn’t help anything. I just want to be active and give the fans what they should have seen the other night.
I wasn’t planning on retiring anyway after 1 or 2 fights. I plan on being there for a couple of more years, at least. I want to get back in there and fight as soon as I can and stay active this year and next year for sure.”
UFC light-heavyweight fighter, Dan Henderson, talked to Evan Shoman following his UFC 157 loss at the hands of Lyoto Machida.