WATCH: Dan Henderson brutally knocks out Hector Lombard in what could be his last ever fight
At 45-years-young, Dan Henderson is still one of the toughest S.O.B's on the planet.
Henderson saved up a doozy of a performance for the last fight on his current UFC contract, scoring a stellar come-from-behind knockout win over dangerous middleweight Hector Lombard.
It looked like things weren't going to go Hendo's way after Lombard somehow managed to stay standing after eating a H-Bomb from hell in the opening round.
The wounded warrior is always dangerous though, and Lombard went on the tear, rocking Henderson and following him down to the mat where he almost locked in a kimura. Henderson escaped the submission attempt, but Lombard began raining down with ferocious shots. Somehow, through sheer heart, grit, toughness and all these other adjectives which essentially mean the same thing, Hendo survived.
Henderson came back in the second, stunning Lombard with a kick up top, before rendering him unconscious with a back elbow to the temple. He followed this up with two more thunderous shots on the mat before Herb Dean pulled him off and awarded him the knockout victory in the second round.
After the fight, Henderson admitted he wasn't sure what was in store for him in the future and that this could be his last ever fight. If it was, it was the perfect way to bow out.
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