In the main event of UFC 204 tomorrow, UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping will put his middleweight championship belt on the line in Manchester, England as he steps into the Octagon against MMA legend Dan Henderson.
For Bisping, the fight will not only give him the opportunity to avenge his infamous UFC 100 knockout loss to Henderson, but also defend the middleweight championship for the first time since winning the belt at UFC 199.
Bisping, who is undefeated when fighting in England, will be riding a 4-fight win streak into the fight that has seen him defeat CB Dollaway, Thales Leites, Anderson Silva in London, and most recently Luke Rockhold to win the middleweight championship.
For Henderson on the other hand, the fight will be his last one before retiring. At 46-years old, Henderson has fought some of the most iconic names in MMA. Throughout the course of his nineteen year professional career, Henderson has never been able to capture UFC gold. With that being said, in the final fight of his career, he has the opportunity to not only once again defeat Bisping, but capture UFC gold before riding off into the sunset.
In the video above you can see the pair having their final stare down ahead of the fight, as well as the pair addressing the crowd gathered in the Manchester Arena.