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UFC Betting: Benson Henderson vs. Nate Díaz Preview

Written by Michael Gordon   
Wednesday, 28 November 2012 09:52

Benson Henderson vs. Nate Díaz NewsNate Diaz will get his title shot on Saturday December 8 when he takes on Benson Henderson for the UFC lightweight championship in the main event of UFC on Fox 5. The winner of the fifth season of The Ultimate Fighter has before him the possibility of his most important career.

It is always difficult to come to a place and be compared with someone and Nate spent all his life.
His brother Nick was always the flashes from all the cameras and he was in the shade. Someday I would explode. Many believed it would be soon,
others would take a few years and some were not possible.

But based on a great effort and dedication his title shot came. His first major performance was in 2007 when he joined TUF. They defeated Rob Emerson, Corey Hill and Gray Maynard to reach the final and win, injury, Manny Gamburyan. At that moment he began to speak much about him and how far he could llegar.Pasaron years and began its irregularity.

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So much so that he had to go up to welterweight to see if I could find the course of his career. Consecutively defeated Dong Hyun Kim and Rory MacDonald came to light because he had found the diet according to what your physical needs. There was born a new Nate.

With a spectacular underwent Takanori Gomi, then beat him to Donald Cerrone to be close to the belt. Jim Miller was the next hurdle and a guillotine gave the victory in the second assault. Things were clear: Nate Diaz was the level necessary to fight for the championship belt.

That opportunity will come on December 8 and will face someone in a matter of styles, can complicate too, former WEC champion and current UFC Benson Henderson. A fighter with an enviable stamina and possessor of one of the best defenses of late submissions.

We have seen over and over again to "Bendo" falling in chokes and levers which, with great effort, ended up going to reap victories one after another fighting for 15 or 25 minutes.

Now Nate must take his game to another level. Will the ability to press his jab over a fight that, on paper, seem to be far-reaching?

Will the justice needed to close the submissions and to hold the champion?

Seem complicated to answer questions ahead of what will be, potentially speaking, one of the best fights of the year. The advantage for Diaz seems to be in the long reach of their arms, to work again and again with that uncomfortable combination of jab and right and some body shots.

But the champion needs to work in the clinch, and if you go to the ground, look laterally Nate control, something that rivals have made Joe Stevenson and Clay Guida who demonstrated a conservative, yet safe, to dominate.

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