After a loss to Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 200 this past Saturday, former welterweight champion Johny Hendricks said he’s facing a potentially tough decision. Hendricks (17-5 MMA, 12-5 UFC), who dropped a unanimous decision to Kelvin Gastelum (12-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) on the FS1-televised preliminary card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, said after three losses in his past four fights, he may need to consider whether or not he wants to keep fighting. The problem is, he knows he does – but on Saturday, he was never able to switch on, and that appears to have created some doubts in the ex-champ’s mind. “I think I’ve got to take a step back and refocus,” Hendricks told’s Megan Olivi backstage after the loss. “It might be a month, two months, three months (to) – hell, I don’t know – decide if I want to fight

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Johny Hendricks on UFC 200 loss to Kelvin Gastelum: ‘Do I still want to fight?’ – MMA Junkie

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