ARLINGTON, Texas Johny Hendricks can envision himself one day defending a UFC title at AT&T Stadium.
But first Hendricks has to figure out a way to beat UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre Nov. 16 at UCF 167 in Las Vegas to get the title from one of the sport's biggest stars.
Hendricks got a taste of what it would be like to fight at the home of the Dallas Cowboys Friday as both he and St-Pierre were in Arlington to conclude their promotional tour for the fight.
For Hendricks, it was a chance to get back home as he lives just outside the Metroplex in Midlothian and trains just outside Arlington in Pantego. His goal now is to bring back a UFC title to the area.
"This means everything," said Hendricks, who is 15-1 as a professional MMA fighter. "I've set out a goal to achieve. Six years ago I wanted to be a UFC champ and I'm one fight away from that. Nobody cares about second. I realize that from my college days. Nobody cares about third. They care about that gold med...