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UFC champion Benson Henderson channeled his inner Razor Ramon during his fight with Nate Diaz at UFC on Fox 5…Was Benson proving a point with the toothpick in his mouth? By the way, If Nate Diaz had won with something like that in his mouth the commision would probably ban him for life.
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Proudest Mom Ever? Benson Henderson put a shellacking on Nate Diaz in Seattle, Washington last night. It was the type of dominant championship performances that left fans wondering, who's next? One could argue that Benson's victories (especially the one at UFC 150) over Frankie Edgar weren't decisive enough to establish him as the undisputed #1 lightweight in the...
SEATTLE -- On the biggest stage the sport has ever had, at the final show of the UFCs inaugural year on FOX, after a dominating five-round victory to keep his lightweight belt, Benson Henderson grabbed the microphone in the middle of the Octagon and said this: Seattle! Key Arena! I can do all things through Christ!
It was just as powerful of a statement as Hendersons relentless...
Benson Henderson took it to Nate Diaz last night and proved himself as the champion. Larry Fitzgerald is one of the best players and men in the NFL and the 2 have plenty in common.
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Toothpick or no toothpick, that is the question that was posed to Benson Henderson (Pictured) during Saturday’s post-fight press conference. And then the reigning UFC lightweight champ was asked about it again, then again, then again…
You would think his dominant victory over Nate Diaz to notch his second straight title defense would be the hot topic of conversation, instead...
The UFC has concluded their first year on FOX with a bang. After posting fairly disappointing numbers in their last two primetime shows, last Saturday’s “UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz” card bounced back nicely by garnering an average of 4.4 million viewers.
The broadcast peaked with 5.7 million viewers during the main event between lightweight champion Benson Henderson (Pictured...
On a night where competition was scarce, the UFC's fifth live show on Fox was the biggest success for the network since the UFC's second Fox show in January. Saturday's card, headlined by a lightweight title fight between champion Benson Henderson and loudmouthed challenger Nate Diaz, drew an overnight rating of 2.8 with 3.41 million viewers. Those numbers crush the 2...
The UFC On FOX 5 fights themselves did come through, as most contests were exciting, entertaining and featured a number of finishes. Although not everything went according to plan.