Dana White: Dan Henderson is next in line for 205 title shot

According to UFC President Dana White, he has offered Dan Henderson two fights since he defeated Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 139, which took place at San Jose’s HP Pavilion. White has stated that Henderson has turned down both of those fights.
For his part Henderson has made it clear that he is only interested in a title shot, at either middleweight or light heavyweight. 
Earlier this week, White announced that he would capitulate to Henderson’s desires, but made it clear that

Alistair Overeem talks JDS, says the fight "will all come down to strategy"

Top Heavyweight contender Alistair Overeem, who will challenge Junior dos Santos for the division title at UFC 146, discusses his opponent, as well as his expectations for the bout. Overeem explains that because he and dos Santos are evenly matched, he expects strategy to play a key role in the match-up, and says his experience will likely give him an advantage over the champ.

Dan Henderson says he’s only interested in the UFC Light Heavyweight title

Early in March, UFC President Dana White, speaking of Dan Henderson said, “He’ll fight whoever has that belt,” said White, musing on situation. “Dan doesn’t seem too picky, I think he would fight Chael Sonnen (if he won the belt from Silva).” – for more see MMAWeekly.
The comment may have come as a surprise to some as Henderson had seemed focus on fighting for the Light Heavyweight crown after defeating Maurcio Rua at UFC 139. However, Henderson had fought at

Tim Boetsch: Michael Bisping has been on my agenda

Since dropping from Light Heavyweight to Middleweight, Tim Boetsch has gone on a three fight winning streak defeating Kendall Grove, Nick Ring and most recently Yushin Okami.
The victory over Okami was an impressive come from behind win for Boetsch. Okami looked to be on his way to victory when Boetsch came out guns-a-blazing to start the third round, eventually finishing the fight 54 seconds into the round. 
Following the victory, Boetsch mentioned that he would be interested in facing Dan Henderson,

Dan Henderson will wait for a title shot at 185 or 205

In November 2011 Dan Henderson returned to the UFC after spending some time in the Strikeforce organization. During his stay in Strikeforce he captured the organization’s Light Heavyweight title, defeating Rafael Cavalcante by TKO. He followed up that victory with another TKO win, stopping Fedor Emelianenko in the first round. When he stepped foot in the Octagon in November he and his opponent, Mauricio Rua delivered one of the best main events in UFC history going toe to toe for the full 25 minutes

UFC on FOX 2 Wrap-Up and Bonuses

The UFC held UFC on FOX 2 on Saturday night in Chicago. The event took place in front of a sold out United Center and marked the first time the promotion had held an event in the Chicago area since UFC 90 was held at the Allstate Center in Rosemont, IL. During the event Rashad Evans punched his ticket to face UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones with a win over Phil Davis. Chael Sonnen earned a title shot as well, defeating Michael Bisping, setting up a bout against UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson

UFC on FOX 2 Recap: Rashad Evans and Chael Sonnen punch their tickets for title fights

In the days leading up to UFC on FOX 2 the level of trash talk between Rashad Evans and Phil Davis became elevated, Chael Sonnen’s self promotion reached new levels, Michael Bisping was, well, Michael Bisping and Demian Maia and Chris Weidman lurked in the background. By the time the three main card fights had come to an end it felt like the hype had been much more interesting than the fights themselves.
Rashad Evans did deliver what he said he would in the days leading up to the fight, he showed