"I was able to man up and move on with my life. It wasn't anything I was obsessing over. Now that we do get the chance to square off again and once I get my hands on him it's going to be a fun night for me. Let's put it that way. It doesn't matter to me where it's at, who's it against, what hometown. Bump all that noise. It doesn't matter to me. I'm going to beat him up. At the end of the night I'm going to get my hand raised."
Think Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson is still butt-hurt over his loss to Anthony Pettis? Think again. "Smooth" tells ESPN.com that losing his World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) 155-pound title back in late 2010 is water under the bridge and that he's looking to have a "fun night" in his "Showtime" rematch, which takes place in the main event of the UFC 164 pay-per-view (PPV) on Aug. 31, 2013 from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Any fight fans out there disagree with the champ's prediction?