Then the 135-pounder proceeded to clown on Henderson about a wakeboarding trip the two went on back in 2009 before UFC 102 in Portland, Ore.
"Remember when we were in Washington and you were trying to do a back flip when we were wakeboarding?" Faber asked Henderson at a luncheon Thursday at Morton's. "You gotta look this video up. He got all (ticked) off. He didn't wipe out once. He wiped out like 12 times. He landed on his head every time. I made a video of it and cut and sliced it. It was awesome."
Henderson said he never saw the video.
"It wasn't like it was hurting," said Henderson, a former Pride 183- and 205-pound champion and Strikeforce light-heavyweight champion.
"Every single time, he would get completely upside down and whack his head on the water nine times straight," Faber said. "The guy doesn't quit."
Said Henderson: "It was fun."
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