After knocking out Rafael Cavalcante on Saturday, MMA living legend Dan Henderson became the Strikeforce light heavyweight champion and improved his extensive record to 27-8.
The title has been changing hands quickly in the organization. Since 2008, there have been five LHW champions including Henderson. The next question is: Who's next for the Olympian Greco-Roman wrestler?
Henderson remains a viable threat to anyone in the middleweight and light heavyweight divisions. He could even venture into the heavyweight division. This gives Strikeforce more than enough options for the 40-year-old.
Like Olympic teammate Randy Couture, Henderson continues to fight the best well over a decade into his MMA career. It's his attitude towards the sport and will to fight anyone that makes everyone appreciate his success.