CHICAGO -- Josh Thomson is hoping Benson Henderson has his sights on another title fight against Anthony Pettis. Wholesale Puma Shoes Fast Shipping . The veteran fighter will be squaring off with Henderson in a five-round lightweight bout as part of another network televised card at the United Center on Saturday night. Henderson (19-3), the former UFC lightweight champion, gave up the title after being submitted by Pettis armbar at UFC 164. Henderson had a seven-fight winning streak going into the fight against Pettis which was the second longest in UFC lightweight history. Hendersons two of the three losses came against Pettis. Henderson is aiming at a third fight against his rival with the belt on the line this summer if he can beat Thomson (20-5) on Saturday. Thomson appears to be just another fighter in Hendersons path to get to Pettis. "He (Pettis) can stay injured for a year, stay hurt til July, two years, whatever. Every guy UFC would give a title shot to, send them my way. Ill go down the entire list of the top 10. I will beat everybody. Lets do that. When he is healthy, when he does come back then Ill be waiting," said Henderson. Thomson isnt expecting to be overlooked, who will be giving up 5 years in age to the 30-year old. "No, I dont think he does. I think he is a confident person. He was just the champion for the last two years. He would be a fool to underestimate me, which would be fine with me if he did," said Thomson Thomson was supposed to get the first shot at Pettis on Dec. 14 but Pettis tore his PCL while training for the fight. Henderson believes Thomson is looking for any motivation he can get for Saturdays fight. "I would say probably. Hes probably reached on that aspect. I know there are no easy fights in the UFC. He knows there are no easy fights in the UFC. If he chooses to think that, cool, no worries. Whatever you need to do to get yourself amped up, excited and ready to go, people do different things," said Henderson. Thomson is coming off an impressive victory against Nate Diaz on April 20, 2013. He became the first fighter in Diazs 25-fight career to finish him with strikes, landing a head kick in the second round that initially got him the fight against Pettis. "Im 35, if I win the title thats great. If I dont win the title thats great, too. Ive had a great career. I was number one in the world back in 2003, 2004. I am ranked number four in the world now and its in a way bigger scale now," said Thomson. The card also features a three-round heavyweight fight featuring Stipe Miocic and Gabriel Gonzaga. Miocic (10-1) Miocic is coming off a dominating unanimous decision against Roy Nelson in UFC 161. He had one of the most dominating strike performances in UFC heavyweight history, landing 106 strikes to 23. Gonzaga (16-7), has finished all his victories, nine by knockout and seven by submission. He has only gone the distance once as a pro. Donald Cerrone (21-6) is back in Chicago, a year after getting knocked out by Pettis in a lightweight fight. He will be fighting Adriano Martins from Brazil. Martins (25-6) won his only fight in the UFC. He beat Daron Cruickshank on Nov. 9, 2013. Cheap Puma Shoes Factroy Outlet . Then Klay Thompson put his foot on the gas. Thompson scored 19 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter and Harrison Barnes scored 14 points in his season debut to help the Golden State Warriors to a 106-93 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night. Puma Shoes From China . -- Southern Illinois coach Barry Hinson couldnt hear himself amid the roar in Koch Arena, so he kept stomping on the floor in a fruitless attempt to get his teams attention. http://www.discountpuma.com/ . Ortiz hit a pair of two-run homers, including his 400th shot in a Red Sox uniform, and drove in a career high-tying six runs to power Boston past the Houston Astros 10-7 on Saturday night.Dan Carter is hoping to be fit for Racing 92s Top 14 play-off against Toulouse on Saturday, live on Sky Sports. The New Zealand legend has been missing from the pitch since limping out of the European Champions Cup final three weeks ago with a calf problem.Carter has been resting ever since and missed Racings final three regular season league matches, including last weekends 40-25 victory over Montpellier that secured a home play-off tie. The 34-year-old returned to training just before the Montpellier clash but trained alone. He is likely to be called upon this weekend where he should line up opposite compatriot and fellow All Black international Luke McAlister.Racing come up against a Toulouse side in fine form and on a six-match winning run, during which time they beat the top two - Clermont and Toulon - as well as Racing. Only Toulon scored more tries during the regular season than Toulouse.McAlister was rested against Grenoble last weekend when a youthful Toulouse romped to a crushing 53-14 victory.These two sides have met twice before at this stage of the competition, in 2013 and 2014, both times at Toulouses ground with honours even.Its not just Carter that Racing are hoping to get back for the Toulouse visit, but also his fellow Kiwis, No 8 Chris Masoe and centre Casey Laulala, as well as France prop Edy Ban Arous.Racing are aiming to finish their season on a high following the disappointment of losing the European final to Saracens.They were criticised last week for not pushing for the attacking bonus in their win over Montpellier - a result that would have seen them take second place ahead of Toulon and earn a bye this weekend.But scrum-half Maxime Machenaud said after that match that they were fully concentrated on the job ahead.We have three more matches to be champions. But theres no euphoria because we know whats waiting for us (this) weekend against Toulouse, a massive team, he said.There are six huge teams left for one place (champions), but first of all were gooing after a semi-final place. Discount Puma Shoes Sale. RegretsToulouse have some regrets about finishing fifth in the regular season, with coach Jean-Baptiste Elissalde believing they should have finished higher.We could have out-dipped everyone on the line in this league. We deserved to be one or two places higher, said Elissalde, who added that the trip to Racing was not mission impossible. Jannie du Plessis (l), Francois Steyn (c) and Bismarck du Plessis of Montpellier celebrate after beating Harlequins in the 2016 Challenge Cup Final On Sunday, Montpellier and Castres meet for the fifth time in six years in the play-offs.Montpellier won 18-17 at Castres in 2011 but then lost to the same opponents in the next three years in a row before neither side made it into the top six last season. Weve been playing them (in the play-offs) for several years now, this time were at home, said Montpellier scrum-half Benoit Paillaugue about the Castres match.Were going to have to play the perfect match because weve got the taste of something fabulous and we want to taste it again.Paillaugue was referring to Montpelliers European Challenge Cup victory over Harlequins three weeks ago, the clubs first ever major trophy.Castres, the 2013 champions, needed a late charge to pip Bordeaux-Begles to sixth place. They won their last three games while Bordeaux lost two of theirs.The aim was the top six, the season is long and weve been through every emotion but... we can be proud and satisfied that weve achieved this objective, said Castres centre Remi Lamerat. Also See: Armitage opts for Pau Goromaru signs for Toulon Follow @SkySportsRugby Fixtures and results ' ' '