All that matters is this fight.The last fight is history, and what comes next is completely unknown, so heading into UFC 161, all Rashad Evans is thinking about are Dan Henderson and the task at hand.That‘s a very different mindset and set of circumstances than what the former Ultimate Fighter winner and UFC light heavyweight champion has usually encountered during fight week.A fixture at or near the top of the 205-pound weight class for the better part of the last five years, each of Evans‘ last 10 or 11 fights have been accompanied by championship implications and one eye on the future. For … Read the Full Article Here