Lyoto Machida may be the UFC’s top light heavyweight contender, but it may nevertheless take awhile for “The Dragon” to receive his next crack at UFC gold.
As it currently stands, UFC President Dana White has declared Lyoto Machida the promotion's current No. 1 contender at light heavyweight. But if the division's champ isn't cleared to fight u...
Taken out of a key fight due to injury, Alexander Gustafsson would like to fill the gap if the UFC later finds itself in a similar jam as an injury replacement – or face former light heavywe...
WWE Champion Dwayne Douglas Johnson also known as “The Rock” today tweeted a picture with his “bud” former UFC champ Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida (19-3 MMA, 11-3 UFC). Cool spending time today...
Despite being the co-main event, Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida top the list of UFC 157 fighter salaries from Saturday night's event at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.
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.
Dan Henderson felt he did enough to win in the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche co-main event against Lyoto Machida, but ultimately blames himself for the loss.
The crowd may have booed his efforts, but Lyoto Machida nevertheless felt certain of victory before hearing his name called.
Lyoto Machida defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche on Saturday, earning a title shot against the winner of Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen.
Lyoto Machida was able to edge out a split decision win over Dan Henderson in the co-main event at UFC 157. Is he the next challenger for the winner of Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen?