Lyoto Machida Talks Impressive Knockout, Beating Jon Jones (UFC on Fox 4 Video)


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Lyoto Machida scored the knockout over Ryan Bader, as well as a shot at the UFC light heavyweight title at UFC on Fox 4 on Saturday night in Los Angeles.

In this MMAWeekly.com video, Machida discusses earning the shot and how he needs to tweak a couple things before getting into a potential rematch with Jon Jones.

Check out the video …



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