Lyoto Machida UFC 129-9775-478x270Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida has been a UFC champion before and he wants to be one again.

Heading into his UFC 157 showdown with former Pride champion Dan Henderson, Machida knows that he has a tough task before him, but that is precisely why he thinks that whoever wins their fight deserves a shot at the belt.

Check out Lyoto Machida’s UFC 157 open workout interview below…

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