Johny Hendricks is a collegiate wrestler, coming in at 200 pounds, with quick unorthodox striking with ridiculous power. He has 4 top 10 wins over Fitch, Koscheck (Many people complain about the Kos fight, but many seem to forget Kos poking Hendricks in the eye during the first exchange in the first round), Kampmann, and Condit with an overall record of 15-1 (better wins than GSP's previous opponents). After his first 3 top 10 wins, people were proclaiming he wasn't good enough to fight GSP for the title. Weidman had 2 top 10 wins over Munoz and Maia with an overall record of 9-0 yet he received a ridiculous amount of hype, with many proclaiming how deserving he is of a title shot. Watch their interviews and the things they say, they are so identical it's a bit creepy, yet Hendricks gets no hype behind him while Weidman was touted as "the one to beat Silva" Silva beat Sonnen, took time off, filled in for a short notice event against Bonnar, took him off, and then fought Weidman. GSP beat Condit and then handpicked Nick Diaz, who was retired, coming off a loss, and had been suspended for his last fight (after Hendricks had racked up his 3rd top 10 win), and is now fighting Hendricks after Hendricks' 4th top 10 win (something previous contenders didn't do) Yet, MMA media accused Anderson of ducking Weidman and hyped it to hell. People were saying Anderson would lose due to Weidman's wrestling abilities and his past fights with Sonnen, with Sonnen nearly grinding him to a decision loss. GSP was nearly finished by a head kick against Condit and was TKO'd by a fighter with a similar reach to Hendricks in his last loss, yet no one says Hendricks is the one to beat GSP even though he packs more power than anyone in the division and GSP has been susceptible to being clipped. So, why isn't Hendricks getting much hype?