Five Round Middleweight Fight

November 07, 2015 10PM/7PM (ETPT) Sao Paulo, Brazil


UFC Fighter Information:            

Vitor Belfort

Nickname: “The Phenom”

Fights from the: Rio de Janeiro

Current Rank: #4 Middleweight

Height: 6’0” (182 cm)

Record: 24 Wins, 11 Losses, 0 Draw

Weight: 185 lb (84 kg)

Leg Reach: 41”

Age: 38

Ranks and Titles Handled:

Ranked top 10 within light heavyweight and middleweight divisions.

UFC heavyweight tournament champion.

Former UFC light heavyweight champion.

TUF Brazil coach.

Important and Interesting Information to Notice:

Analysis is based on the results from 33 matches:

The TKO/KO percentage is 71% which is above average compared to Henderson.

The Submission rating is 13% while in the Decision percentage is 17% which is lower compared to Henderson’s almost average grade.

The total attempted attacks of Vitor is only half compared to Dan, but when it comes to effectiveness “The Phenom” and “Hendo” has almost the same percentage.

Kinds of connected attacks, almost average on standing while on the ground was below the average, but in terms of striking defense mechanism for the total strikes Vitor is on the passing level.

When it comes to Grappling, “The Phenom” is obviously more effective for total takedown which is more than the average level.

For the Takedown accuracy, he is more superior compared to classic “Hendo” while on total Takedowns defended Henderson will speak the experience.

Key Factor:

The leg reach is about 41” which can have the advantage as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion (Black belter) and also had a boxing experience to add diversity in attacks. The high percentage in striking along with the effectiveness will consider as one of his aces. “The Phenom” spirit focusing to fight back after the loss from Chris Weidman and setting a Trilogy to face Henderson in the main event.


UFC Fighter Information:            

Dan Henderson

Nickname: “Hendo”

Fights from the: Downey, California USA

Current Rank: #12 Middleweight

Height: 5’11” (180 cm)

Record: 31 Wins, 13 Losses, 0 Draw

Weight: 185 lb (84 kg)

Reach: 74”

Age: 45

Ranks and Titles Handled:

1988 USA Junior Greco-Roman champion.

3-time USA University Greco-Roman champion.

3-time USA Senior Greco-Roman champion.

1990 Amateur Wrestling News Freshman All-American.

1990 USA FILA Junior World Greco-Roman champion.

1990-91 U.S. Olympic Festival champion.

1991 and 1993-94 University Nationals champion.

1992 and 1996 United States Olympic Greco-Roman Wrestling team member.

1993-94 U.S. Nationals champion.

RINGS 1999 King of Kings Absolute tournament winner.

UFC 17 middleweight tournament winner.

Coach on season nine of The Ultimate Fighter.

Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion.

Former PRIDE Middleweight and Welterweight Champion (1st fighter in history to hold both belts simultaneously).

Important and Interesting Information to Notice:

Analysis is based on the results from his 39 matches.

Best attacking technique is Front choke.

He’s the only fighter to knock out Renzo Gracie.

The KO/TKO overall percentage is below average while in the Submission field he is not that competitive but in Decision “Hendo’s” total performance is more tough compared to Belfort.

The overall attempted strikes declare a huge amount but below the average of them are only successful.

He is more on standing when it comes to types of connected attacks and in terms of striking defense Henderson’s last fights were on the average level.

In terms of Grappling the total takedowns are too many compared to Belfort and few of them only connected.

In his Defense from the overall takedowns are quite impressive because he is on above average level which means “Hendo” is tough in the cage.

Key Factor:

Henderson’s mental attitude is one of his best aces here and also the wrestling experience that established him in every fight. His fighting experience holds many remarkable names (faces 11 former or current UFC title holders) that describe how “Hendo” is all about in UFC. The most interesting in his best assets is the knock out power of the both hands that resulted to most of the knockouts.

It’s time to join 12bet for this UFC Fight Night Main Event and its “The Phenom” of Brazil against the “Hendo” of USA.


Vitor Belfort                                      1.27

Dan Henderson                                3.85

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