Dan Henderson versus Tim Boestch takes place and it could be the last fight of Henderson’s career after losing 5 of his last 6 fights.
Dan Henderson versus Tim Boestch could be the last fight for Boestch too since he has lost four of his last six and finishes in three or those four.
Dan Henderson versus Tim Boestch takes place a UFC Fight Night 68 on June 6th, 2015 in New Orleans. It is headlined by a Light-Heavyweight fight between Daniel Cormier and Ryan Bader. The winner of that fight could be the next contender for the belt especially for Bader four straight fights.
Henderson has lost five of his last six after nearly contending for the title at 205. Now, he is fighting at Middleweight again but that did not help his case as he was finished by Gegard Mousasi. The fight was a bit early but being dropped that quick is a bit concerning. Boestch will be a good test to see if Henderson has anything left in the tank, but if he losses it may be time for him to hang it up. If Boestch losses, then he will have to probably find a new place to fight after losing so many of his last few fights.
The other fight added to the card beside Dan Henderson versus Tim Boestch is Ben Rothwell taking on Matt Mitrione. Rothwell will be looking for his third straight TKO win after finishing off Alistair Overeem and Brandon Vera. Mitrione has already won three straight last year after going 1-3 over the four fights previously. His three knockout wins all came in the first round the last being over Gabriel Gonzaga. He was opining for a fight against Andrei Arlovski, but the fight never happened after Arlovski was lined up for another fight. Then he wanted to fight Frank Mir but seems to have to go Rothwell fist. This is building to make a great free event.