Rashad Evans returned to the win column at UFC 161, beating Dan Henderson in a close decision to avoid what could have been a third consecutive loss.
Despite the victory, Evans once again did not look like the fighter who went on an undefeated run to claim the light heavyweight championship. He was more aggressive than in his prior bout with Antonio Rogero Nogueira, but he did not mount a ton of offense and looked like a fighter who is aging quickly.
Speaking of fighters starting to look old, Henderson has now lost two straight fights and will turn 43 in only two months. He doesn't appear ready to call it quits soon, but his title hopes are quickly becoming fantasy.
With another UFC event in the books, it time to look at who could be next for Evans, Henderson and the entire UFC 161 fight card.