UFC Fight Night 68 took on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana and aired on Fox Sports 1 as well as UFC Fight Pass.
Dan Henderson (31-13) 14 KOs, 2 submissions, 14 decision wins in his career and is currently on a one-fight winning streak. Four of his losses have come by submissions, he has a deadly right hands he’s also the only man to kknock outRenzo Gracie. In his last six bouts, he’s 2-4. He lost to Rashad Evans at UFC 131 by split decision, he was knocked out in 1:17 by Vitor Belfort in November of 2013., but then rebounded with a win over Shogun Rua in the third round by TKO in March of 2014. He then lost back-to-back fights against Daniel Cormier at UFC 173 by third-round RNC and then was knocked out in the first round by Gegard Mousasi in January of 2015. He knocked out Tim Boetsch at UFC Fight Night 68 in the first-round.
#13 Tim Boetsch (18-9) 8 KOs, 5 submissions, 5 decision wins in his career and is currently on a two-fight losing streak. In his last six bouts, he’s 2-3. He lost to Mark Munoz at UFC 162 by unanimous decision but then rebounded with a split decision win over CB Dollaway at UFC 166. He lost to Luke Rockhold at UFC 172 by first-round kimura, then knocked out Brad Tavares in August of 2014 ni the second-round, but then lost to Thales Leites at UFC 182 by second-round triangle choke. He was knocked out by Dan Henderson at UFC Fight Night 68 in the first-round.
Round 1: Tim with a lot of footwork early. Henderson with a big right hand that tagged Tim, he swarmed him and finished him! Dan Henderson!
Results: Dan Henderson def. Tim Boetsch via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 0:28
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