UFC 204: Dan Henderson Would Consider Not Retiring if a “Few More Zeros” Were Added to Pay
By FCF Staff
Dan Henderson has said his October 4th fight with Michael Bisping will be hist last, even if he wins the UFC’s middleweight belt. But, recently the 46 year-old legend revealed he might consider not retiring, if the UFC offered him a big raise.
Henderson, who knocked Bisping out back in 2009, will face the newly crowned champ in the main event of UFC 204. “Hendo” recently spoke with Champions.co, and while discussing his pending retirement, the former PRIDE champ said this:
“I’m sure with a few extra zeros back there I would consider coming back,” Henderson said.
“But, at the same time, I was ready to be done [in] my last fight. With the opportunity to finish with a belt and be the world champ at the end of my career, I couldn’t say no to that. When they offered me that, I told them that this will be my last one for sure, win or lose.”
UFC 204 will be hosted by Manchester, England. Bisping is coming off a knockout win over Luke Rockhold, while Henderson KO’d Hector Lombard in his last bout.