DAN HENDERSON DISCUSSES HIS FUTURE AFTER THE TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY BAN ON AXS TV’S INSIDE MMA

Mar 17, 2014
(PRESS RELEASE) -- LOS ANGELES – UFC Fighter Dan Henderson, who is currently approved to use testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for his upcoming fight on March 23, said during a live interview on AXS TV’S INSIDE MMA that the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s ban on the practice will not force him into retirement.

Watch Henderson talk about how the TRT ban will affect his career:



Also on tonight’s show with series hosts Bas Rutten and Kenny Rice:

In an exclusive interview California State Athletic Commission Executive Officer Andy Foster discusses the recent dispute involving UFC Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey and her former manager. Foster’s interview is posted here:



UFC light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira talks about his upcoming bout versus current champion Jon Jones on April 26:



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