Since losing the lightweight title to Anthony Pettis in August 2013, Benson Henderson has only competed once, picking up a controversial decision win over Josh Thomson.
On Saturday, Henderson will look to pick up a more conclusive victory over the up-and-coming Rustam Khabilov. Having only lost to Pettis since joining the UFC roster, Henderson remains one of the best in the 155-pound class, but he'll need to make some serious waves to earn a third fight with the champion.
With wins in his first three UFC bouts, Khabilov has quickly become a contender in the lightweight division. The Russian's bout with Henderson this weekend will truly test his ability to compete with the elite in the weight class, though.
As this important 155-pound matchup approaches, here is a closer look at how Henderson and Khabilov match up in all areas.