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It’s been a minute since MMA fans have had the pleasure of Michael Bisping’s company.

The UFC’s original bad guy has been out of action for nearly a year recovering from a career-threatening eye injury. During his convalescence, he kept an uncharacteristically low profile, making sporadic media appearances wearing a pirate’s eye patch while spending the rest of his downtime taunting orphans and pulling the wings off butterflies.

OK, that last part was just a guess, but as one of the sport’s longest-standing (and perhaps most unfairly maligned) villains, would you really be surprised?

When Bisping returns on Wednesday at The Ultimate Fighter: Nations live finale, it will be to answer yet another challenge from his peers—this one from American hero Tim Kennedy—in a fight that seems like it could’ve been dreamed up in a professional wrestling writers’ room circa 1983.

Or, for that matter, in a Boston tavern circa 1783.

It’s an important comeback bout for the 35-year-old British star, as he seeks to string together two consecutive victories for the first time since 2011. After beginning his UFC career on a 12-3 tear, he’s been inconsistent of late, going just 2-2 during his four most recent appearances (though both losses came against TRT-enhanced fighters Vitor Belfort and Chael Sonnen).

More to the point, Bisping will be out to prove that he’s still worthy of being the man we love to loathe; one of the most hated-on and frequently called-out fighters on the UFC’s middleweight roster.

As usual, his timing is impeccable.

The 185-pound class experienced a sudden sea change during Bisping’s injury timeout, as Chris Weidman gave new life to contenders of all stripes when he unseated longtime champion Anderson Silva. With erstwhile No. 1 challenger Belfort facing an uncertain future, the race to be an upcoming dance partner for Weidman is wide open.

In other words, the time for Bisping to self-actualize is now. After spending years floating around the outskirts of the title picture without ever receiving a shot at the gold, the sudden absence of Silva could benefit him greatly.

He remains one of the UFC’s most polarizing attractions, after all. He’s the sort of guy who might actually sell a fight with the mild-mannered Weidman if you put them on opposite sides of a press conference dais. Bisping is arrogant, he struts—he’s an Englishman nicknamed “The Count,” for Pete’s sake—and when the percussion intro to Blur’s “Song 2” hits the PA, fans go crazy for him, one way or another.

He’s spent nearly his entire UFC career getting called out by guys like Kennedy. His high-profile status and reputation as an overhyped decision artist have made him a popular mark for upstart middleweights looking to improve their positions in life. Oddly, the fact that most of those challengers ended up receiving a 15-minute crash course in how good Bisping really is appears to have only encouraged additional suitors.

In order for him to take the next step and—gasp—actually become the contender he’s always wanted to be, he has precious little time to waste. If he means to shake our perception of him as a guy who fell short against top competition, his upcoming run of fights likely represents his last chance.

Obviously, all of that starts with beating Kennedy on Wednesday night. If he can do that, he’ll serve notice to fans and the new crop of contenders that—like it or not—the swaggering Brit is still among the toughest draws in the middleweight division.

Better that than just the guy we used to hate.

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After two rounds on Sunday at UFC Fight Night 38, we were all struggling to write eulogies for Dan Henderson’s legendary MMA career.

Then, a minute into the third, Hendo penned one for Mauricio “Shogun” Rua using just one punch.

It was a right hook, and Henderson landed it flush on Rua’s nose as the 32-year-old crowd favorite dropped his hands to defend a takedown. Rua somersaulted backward, and Hendo charged in to land another right, followed by a series of hammerfists that prompted referee Herb Dean to stop the action.

Just like that, Hendo changed the balance of the discussion. Suddenly, it was the 43-year-old who was back in the mix of the light heavyweight division and Rua whose storied tenure in the sport seemed on its last legs.

Six-and-a-half minutes earlier, it appeared as though Dean would have to step in to save Henderson. With 41 seconds on the clock in the opening stanza, Henderson stunned Shogun with a left hook, but in his hurry to press the action against the fence, he was floored by a two-punch counter.

Rua swarmed him with hard shots, but as Dean hovered a step away, Hendo managed to survive to the end of the round. Later, with just under three minutes left in the second, Shogun dropped him with an uppercut, but Henderson again weathered the storm.

And so it went until the opening stages of the third, when—after 10 minutes of looking entirely pedestrian—Hendo reminded us that he only needed one bullet and that he still possessed the cold, exacting heart of a sniper.

“I think he’d rung my bell just a tad in the first round and then again in the second,” he told UFC play-by-play man Jon Anik in the cage after the fight. “I just decided to be patient. I think I was a little bit too patient in the first two rounds. I wasn’t very offensive. That third round I think we both decided to get after it and leave things where we left the last fight.”

Their last fight this one was not, but Henderson’s come-from-behind KO at least made a thrilling ending to a bout between two aging superstars who both badly needed a win.

The loss dropped Rua to 1-3 in his last four Octagon appearances. After a 12-year career and multiple knee surgeries, he appeared on the brink of the end before defeating James Te Huna in December of 2013. Now, he suddenly finds himself back at that same fork in the road.

Henderson came in 0-3 since his classic against Rua at UFC 139, though the UFC broadcast team took pains to tell us each of those losses came at the hands of a former light heavyweight champion.

Now, he’s back. Back in the win column, if nothing else.

It might not be entirely accurate to say Hendo looked great throughout this fight, but he looked great at the end, and that’s what counts.

Even with his losing streak snapped, however, Henderson faces an uncertain future in MMA. For years he’d been supplementing his traditional training with testosterone replacement therapy—a practice banned by the Nevada Athletic Commission and the UFC in February.

Due to the proximity of this event in Natal, Brazil, and the fact Henderson had already been approved for a therapeutic use exemption for testosterone, he was allowed to remain on TRT for one last fight. Now, he’ll have to transition away from the controversial treatment.

Leading up to this fight, he said he planned to carry on with his MMA career, but said he wasn’t really going to consider his options until after facing Rua.

“I don’t need to make any decisions now,” he told Fox Sport’s Damon Martin last week. “I’m going to have to do some research and see what’s out there.”

It’s thought that TRT patients who must suddenly leave the stuff behind could face a rough road and a myriad of health issues associated with going cold turkey. Already 43 years old, it remains to be seen how Henderson will deal with weaning himself off synthetic testosterone.

As of now, we’re left to believe he’ll fight again.

In the wake of this victory, it’ll likely be against someone else in the 205-pound top 10.

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Is Chuck Liddell planning a comeback to competitive MMA?

Liddell‘s longtime coach, John Hackleman, mailed out an engraved invitation to speculation Saturday when he posted a photo on his Instagram account (h/t to MMAMania.com) showing Liddell hitting a heavy bag. 

The real intrigue began, however, with the photo’s caption:

Someone’s back in training…hmmmm

For the outsiders looking in, it is anyone’s guess what, if anything, Liddell and Hackleman are actually planning, or what Hackleman intended by posting the photo. But it unquestionably sends a provocative message, particularly since the notion of the return of one of the biggest stars in MMA history leaves a lot to unpack.

First of all, Liddell is 44 years old. He has not competed in three-and-a-half years. His career ended with three consecutive knockout defeats, the final coming at the hands of fellow old-timer Rich Franklin, who was paying a tourist’s visit to the light heavyweight division. Liddell, known for heavy striking and a brawling style, clearly lost his chin toward the end of his career. Further, those results in the cage are clear reasons to suspect Liddell has sustained at least mild brain damage in his 29-fight professional career.

On the flipside, even considering the losing streak that ended his career, Liddell is 21-8. He defeated Randy Couture in 2005 to capture the UFC light heavyweight title, which he defended four consecutive times. His fights with Couture and Tito Ortiz remain some of the most beloved series in UFC history. His electrifying, knockout-seeking style and signature mohawk and mustache made him one of the sport’s most recognizable athletes; much of that visibility remains today.

Adding further intrigue—and, perhaps, some credibility to Hackleman‘s teaser—is the fact that Liddell‘s retirement wasn’t exactly Liddell‘s idea.

Though the final decision rests with Team Liddell (a team that hopefully includes some doctors), the teaser is sure to attract attention from fans and pundits.  

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Hints are being scattered that Anderson Silva is looking to return to fighting after his leg heals. Silva’s manager, Jorge Guimaraes, and his coach, Pedro Rizzo, are both saying he will be back.

While that is by no means certain, it is still worth considering what, and who, could be waiting for him when he comes back. There are many moving parts when it comes to choosing an opponent, though. The biggest and most important, naturally, is the timetable for Silva’s recovery.

It is important to remember it will take at least a year for Silva to get back in fighting shape. When Corey Hill broke his leg in a similar fashion at UFC: Fight for the Troops 1, he was out for about 13 months. Initial recovery from the break and surgery ranges from four to nine months, and other surgeries that may be required after would push things back further. 

That doesn’t even address the fact that setting up a fight with Silva takes longer than most fighters.

As such, if Silva is to return, it would likely not come until deep into 2015, which means he will be 40 years old by that time. That means he will be looking for “big” fights against an established name rather than fights that push him toward the belt. Who fits that bill?

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This is how rumors get started.

The scene is a 23-second video shot during the media scrum portion of Thursday’s UFC 168 pre-fight press conference. Company president Dana White (unshaven, in a black V-neck) sits front and center as the disembodied voice of The Media asks him about reports that Brock Lesnar will be attending the event on Saturday.

What The Media wants to know is, does the notoriously reclusive Lesnar, who retired after a loss to Alistair Overeem in Dec. of 2011, have business with White in Vegas? Or will he be there strictly for pleasure?

“Really?” White says, as if Lesnar‘s presence at UFC 168 is news to him. “I don’t know. I honestly don’t know.”

Then three full seconds of silence stretch before another voice, this one belonging to MMA Junkie.com’s John Morgan, asks: “Honestly?”

White cracks a grin. “Honestly,” he says, his eyes slipping to the left. “I don’t know.”

Fade to black, and…cue the blogosphere doing what the blogosphere does.

Roughly 24-hours later, White turned up the tease, responding to Ariel Helwani‘s questions on the subject by throwing even more accelerant on the long-dormant media firestorm that is Lesnar

“If there was something there and I hadn’t announced it, why would I tell you, anyway?” White said, grin still in place. “You don’t worry about what’s going on with Brock. If something happens with Brock, you’ll know about it.”

At his point, we have no idea if White is just messing with us here, though anytime somebody uses the word “honestly” so many times in quick succession, the last thing it does is convince us that person is being honest. 

We just don’t know if there is any truth to speculation that Lesnar could return, and drawing conclusions from the fact that he apparently wants to watch Anderson Silva‘s rematch against Chris Weidman in person is a bit of a stretch. 

But in MMA circles, any mention of Lesnar—who for the briefest moment was UFC heavyweight champion and the sport’s biggest star—has a ripple effect akin to dropping a 6’3”, 265-pound boulder into the middle of a deep lake.

Not to mention, any inkling that the Big Fella could return, groundless or not, comes at an interesting time in the UFC’s history.

The company’s biggest draw (Georges St-Pierre) just announced an indefinite fact-finding mission on the bright side of life; its most dominant champion of all time (Anderson Silva) told Helwani this week there’s a “great chance” he’ll retire on Saturday; the heavyweight champ (Cain Velasquez) expects to miss most of 2014; and the lightweight champ (Anthony Pettis) just had knee surgery.

All of which is to say, you can understand why White could conceivably pick this moment to give Lesnar a call and see if he wants to hang out, you know, just as friends.

But if Lesnar is really, seriously considering a comeback to the UFC—and, again, we have no evidence that he is—please allow me to offer him some unsolicited advice: Dude, don’t do it.

We all saw how the Lesnar experiment ended the first time around. The former NCAA national wrestling champion and WWE star started his UFC career on a 4-1 tear, becoming heavyweight champ and a bonafide pay-per-view powerhouse before his shortcomings suddenly, violently, caught up with him.

He was a once-in-a-generation type of athlete with a fine wrestling base, but he simply came to the game of mixed fighting too late in life and with too limited a skill set. He was unable to close the holes in his stand-up game (not that it seemed like he tried especially hard), and eventually the best fighters in the division exploited his weaknesses.

Oh yeah, and diverticulitis. Lesnar’s career was twice interrupted by the rare intestinal ailment that reportedly almost took his life and did take a sizeable chunk out of his colon.

For a while, his grappling and his physical gifts were good enough, but then at UFC 116 in July of 2010, Shane Carwin poked a tiny hole in Lesnar’s balloon. It merely took another year and a half for the air to leak out completely, first at the hands of Velasquez, then Overeem.

Lesnar is 36 years old now and nearly two full years removed from the sport. By and large, age is not the friend of large men, and time away from the cage? Well, that’s Kryptonite.

Since early 2012 he’s been on retainer in WWE, getting paid good money to carry a soft travel schedule and perform “extreme, no rules” matches with the likes of John Cena and CM Punk. His MMA career may have ended on a down note, but it gave him new life in the world of professional wrestling.

That’s good—albeit taxing—work, if you can get it.

At this late stage in his athletic career, with enough money to never worry about it again and a pretty cushy gig in WWE, it’s hard to believe Lesnar would seriously consider a comeback to the UFC.

And yet, there’s Dana White, smiling that smile, unable to look us in the eye as he tells us he has no idea why Lesnar is coming to UFC 168.

In any case, the hard truth is this: Unless he spent every waking moment he was not on WWE TV in a temple somewhere working on his striking with Freddie Roach and the ghost of Cus D’Amato, a UFC return seems like a very bad idea.

If Lesnar remains retired, history will continue to look on his brief run as UFC heavyweight champion as a short-lived, but smashing success. If he comes back, he might win a few fights, but in the end he’ll likely end up on the wrong end of more beatings from the new breed of MMA heavies—the Velasquezes, Overeems and Junior dos Santoses of the world.

What would Lesnar gain from that? Why risk it?

The man got out while the getting was good, and the getting likely won’t ever get any better than it already got. 

 

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