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?’"