While the smoke was clearing on a stellar evening of MMA in Seattle at UFC on FOX 5, UFC President Dana White hinted that light heavyweight winner Alexander Gustafsson might have to replace Dan Henderson at UFC 157 in February. White said he heard Henderson’s knee wasn’t healing up as fast as expected and mentioned it was questionable as to whether or not he would be ready in time to face Lyoto Machida.
Interestingly enough, that’s news to Henderson who Tweeted he had no idea what the outspoken UFC executive was talking about.
The former light heavyweight champion Tweeted:
“Not sure where Dana White thinks he’s hearing my knee isn’t doing okay. It’s doing great. Slowly picking training up just like I do for every training camp.”