His come from behind win on Sunday did show that Hendo may have slowed down. And he was never a "fast" fighter to begin with. But his striking IQ still makes him dangerous, one of the best short right hooks I'd ever seen off of a break or scramble. That being said, he will not be able to use TRT for future fights. Is it wise for him to continue if he's not going to be able to be 100 percent healthy when he trains and fights? I know many think that his levels are "normal" for someone his age without the TRT, and if they are too low for some reason then that's just "too bad". So should he risk his legacy and fight without his treatment? I think he'll continue, but I'd like to see him be honest with himself if he notices that training isn't going well, and walk away.