This is it — the last fight week of Dan Henderson’s historic career. The 46-year-old legend, who has a UFC 17 tournament win, a Strikeforce light heavyweight championship and was a dual-weight Pride champ has one final fight left in him for Michael Bisping’s UFC belt.
Of course, Hendo’s most famous knockout came against Michael Bisping at UFC 100, and now we’re here, over seven years later, waiting for the sequel to either deliver the same results or give Michael Bisping the revenge he seeks. Above all hovers the fact that this is Henderson’s final fight, win or lose.
It’s bittersweet, but Henderson is ending his career on a high note and for the UFC belt he’s been chasing for nearly twenty years. It’s with this knowledge that we must celebrate Hendo. We must celebrate the H-Bomb.
The H-Bomb Chronicles are only a taste of Hendo’s special brand of violence. We see his come from behind, nose-smashing performance against Shogun Rua, then transition to the most improbable KO of all — Fedor Emelianenko. All with commentary and insight from the man himself.
We even visit his improbable wins over Tim Boetsch and Hector Lombard in his twilight.
Then, we dive right into Hendo vs. Bisping 1, where the greatest knockout in MMA history took place…