Michael Bisping (30-7) defeated Dan Henderson (32-15) via unanimous decision last night (Sat., Oct. 8, 2016) at UFC 204, which took place inside Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, to successfully defend the Middleweight title. Two of the judges scored the bout 48-47, while the third scored the fight 49-46. The fight was a highly-competitive bout that saw Henderson drop Bisping twice in the opening two rounds of the fight, but fail to finish him off. The win was Bisping's first title defense since defeating Luke Rockhold to the win the belt at UFC 199. "The Count" is now 20-7 in UFC competition since debuting with the promotion back in 2006, which is the most wins in the history of the company. Henderson, who retired after the bout, finishes his UFC career with a 12-10 record in the Octagon. The full video highlights can be seen above courtesy of UFC.
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