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The Manitoba Combative Sports Commission has medically suspended all 22 athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson” event in Canada. Every fighter was issued a mandatory 14-day ban, several were suspended indefinitely for various injuries sustained in their respective scraps. Despite posting a split decision win over Dan Henderson in the show’s featured attraction, Rashad Evans (pictured) is one of seven contestants who will be riding the pine indefinitely. The commission didn’t provide any details on fighter injuries. UFC 161 took place inside MTS Centre in Winnipeg. Here is the card’s official IR list (courtesy of MMAWeekly): Rashad Evans: Suspended indefinitely Dan Henderson: Suspended 14 days Stipe Miocic: Suspended 14 days Roy Nelson: Suspended 14 days Ryan Jimmo: Suspended indefinitely Igor Pokrajac: Suspended 14 days Alexis Davis: Suspended 14 days Rosi Sexton: Suspended 14 days Pat Barry: Suspended indefinitely Shawn Jordan: Suspended 14 days Jake Shields: Suspended 14 days Tyron Woodley: Suspended 14 days James Kruse: Suspended indefinitely Sam Stout: Suspended indefinitely Sean Pierson: Suspended 14 days Kenny Robertson: Suspended 14 days Roland Delorme: Suspended 14 days Edwin Figueroa: Suspended indefinitely Mitch Clarke: Suspended 14 days John Maguire: Suspended 14 days Yves Jabouin: Suspended 14 days Dustin Pague: Suspended indefinitely

Evans edges Henderson at UFC 161

Rashad Evans outpointed Dan Henderson in a split decision Saturday night in a heavyweight bout at UFC 161. The 42-year-old Henderson connected with the first solid punches late in the first round, attacking so eagerly he could hardly keep his feet against the 33-year-old Evans. "I said, 'What hit me,'" said Evans, who approached Henderson with a lot more caution...

Rashad Evans Edges Dan Henderson for Controversial Decision at UFC 161 (Video Highlight)

On a night where the UFC tied the most decisions rendered in a single event with nine, three of which were of the split decision variety, there was bound to be some controversial verdicts made by the three judges sitting cageside. Unfortunately for Dan Henderson, he was on the wrong end of a debatable (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) split decision to Rashad Evans (pictured) in the show...

Rashad Evans not thinking middleweight drop after Henderson win in UFC 161

The other side of the coin for Rashad Evans on Saturday night was not going to be a good thing. And he was just one judge and one round away from it. Evans (18-3-1 MMA, 13-3-1 UFC) took a split decision against Dan Henderson (29-10 MMA, 6-4 UFC) in the main event of UFC 161, which took place at MTS Centre in Winnipeg. In a close back-and-forth light heavyweight fight, just a few...

Video: Evans Edges Out Split Decision Over Henderson

The UFC make its first appearance in Winnipeg, Manitoba for UFC 161. While the fight card was far from spectacular, there were several interesting moments including the main event between light-heavyweights Dan Henderson and Rashad Evans. Both fighters had faced recent losing streaks and required a win here to remain relevant in the division. After a short feeling out process, Henderson...

‘UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson’ Live Results and Play-by-Play

“UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson” will be jumping off Saturday inside MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Canada. Facebook kicks off tonight’s festivities by streaming a pair of preliminary bouts at approximately 7PM ET/4PM PT. Fans simply have to “Like” the UFC’s Facebook page in order to watch the scraps live. FX will then broadcast the remaining four prelims starting at 8PM ET/5PM...

‘UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson’ Live Post-Fight Press Conference Video

Now that “UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on The presser is scheduled to start at approximately 1AM ET/10PM PT. In addition to UFC president Dana White (Pictured), Rashad Evans, Dan Henderson, Roy Nelson, Stipe Miocic and the card’s other featured fighters who...

UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson Live Results

Main card Weight class Method Round Time Notes Light Heavyweight Rashad Evans vs. Dan Henderson Heavyweight Roy Nelson vs. Stipe Miocic Light Heavyweight Ryan Jimmo vs. Igor Pokrajac Women’s Bantamweight Alexis Davis def. Rosi Sexton Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-27, 29-28) 3 5:00 Heavyweight Shawn Jordan def. Pat Barry TKO (punches) 1 0:59 Preliminary card (FX) [...]

UFC 161 Evans vs. Henderson results and wrap up

This past Saturday night, the UFC held their first ever event in the Canadian province of Manitoba, holding UFC 161 on Pay Per View live from the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Hendo wants to “beat the hell out of” Rashad Evans.

Is this Hendo’s swan song? Will a loss here put him on the downward spiral we’ve seen so many others take? The 42-year-old Dan Henderson has nothing left to prove, and we know he wants his UFC title shot, the one thing that has eluded him all these years in a career filled with Pride title belts, Strikeforce championships, huge wins over legends and even a UFC tournament win...

UFC 161 Pick 'Em Results

Congratulations to Jason Poirier who won our UFC 161 Pick 'Em Contest via a tiebreaker.  Our next Pick 'Em Contest will be for Bellator XCVI on June 19th.  Thanks for playing! Consensus Picks Dan Henderson - 52% Roy Nelson - 89% Ryan Jimmo - 81% Alexis Davis - 81% Pat Barry - 73%   ...
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