Hendricks wants belt, two defenses, then superfight with Weidman
Johny Hendricks is ambitious and it were completely up to win he would win the UFC welterweight title, defend it twice, then have a super fight with middleweight champion Chris Weidman:
"Yeah, that would be great, wouldn’t it?" Hendricks said. "Here’s the thing -- what do I fight now? Everybody’s six foot, six-two. There’s no height difference between 185 and 170. Everybody’s a giant.
"Here’s what I was thinking: Who in today’s age is…wanting should I say, definitely in my weight class…wants to go up a weight class and try to have two belts? Two different weight classes? I want to win [the 170-pound belt], defend it, do whatever the UFC wants me to do…hopefully I can get it, defend it a couple of times and say, ‘hey, can I move up to 185?’"