Sometimes, it's not about how much punishment you can dish out, but rather, how much you can take.
At UFC 157, iron-chinned warrior Dan Henderson steps into the Octagon for the first time since October 2011. If successful, Henderson will get to compete for the UFC light heavyweight championship against Jon Jones. However, to claim that prize, he will need to find a way to get past the powerful counter-attacks of Lyoto Machida.
The former PRIDE superstar became known for his ability to absorb damage over the years, and that asset might be his most valuable attribute in a clash against such a dangerous opponent.
However, Hendo isn't the only guy known for his inhuman ability to take a punch. Here is a look at the 10 best chins currently competing in MMA.