You have to avoid the Dan Henderson right hand at all costs, yeah? One way to do it is just stay away from him and counter (think Lyoto Machida). Another more obvious way: Put him on his back. Rashad Evans is maybe capable of both. He has the clear speed advantage here, so get that outside game going, kick out Henderson's legs a bit and when he chases, double leg him. Henderson does that after all. He stalks and, at times, chases. He's not a feint, jab, feint, level change, circle, flutter around kind of guy. He's bullish. Evans needs to be perfect, though. If he shoots, Henderson sprawls and all of a sudden he's right in the wheelhouse of a home run hitter. Not good.
-- Brett Okamoto