UFC on Fox 4 didn't disappoint as two former light heavyweight champions delivered knockout wins.
On a night when Dana White said the most impressive performance would earn the next shot at the light heavyweight title, two former champs stood out above the rest.
Lyoto Machida may just be a single win away from a UFC light-heavyweight title shot.
But the former 205-pound champion raised some eyebrows on Friday when he weighed in for tonight's UF...
LOS ANGELES - Now that a title shot is on the line, you can imagine Ryan Bader might try harder to be impressive against Lyoto Machida.
After all, that's the requirement that was laid o...
Lyoto Machida and Ryan Bader are now in the running for a UFC light heavyweight title shot.
Lyoto Machida's recent successes at middleweight have planted him squarely at the top of the division's title talk, but he's okay with the idea of possibly fighting Jacare Souza first.
Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza believes he deserves a title shot after winning at UFC Fight Night 36 on Saturday night, but he'll fight whoever the UFC wants, even Lyoto Machida.
Francis Carmont doesn’t agree with all the talk about Lyoto Machida potentially receiving a middleweight title shot if he can get past Gegard Mousasi in Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 36 headlin...
If Lyoto Machida gets passed Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 36 next week, he could be the new No.1 contender for the UFC middleweight title.
Former light heavyweight title holder Lyoto Machida hopes a win over Phil Davis at UFC 163 will earn him a rematch with champion Jon Jones.
Now that he has defeated Dan Henderson and has the promise of a 205-pound title shot on the horizon, Lyoto Machida intends to remain at light heavyweight to see how things shake out.
The winner of the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche co-main event between Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson will get a title shot.
Lyoto Machida has been saying all along, and he stands by his mantra, that the winner between Dan Henderson and him deserves a title shot.
There are a lot of options for contenders in the UFC light heavyweight division but Dana White confirms that if Dan Henderson wins his next fight, he will get his long awaited title shot.
UFC officials announced early Friday morning that Jon Jones will not meet Lyoto Machida as previously announced at UFC 152. Instead “Bones” will defend his light heavyweight title against an...