UFC

Machida plans to keep belt

It was the rudest awakening of Lyoto Machida’s professional career. No, not the punches and kicks he took from the resurgent Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua in their UFC 104 bout last October in Los Angeles, but the aftermath of the bout, when fans turned on the soft-spoken champion as if he ran to Octagonside after the final bell and wrote out his own scorecards for the unanimous decision victory that allowed him to retain his UFC light heavyweight title and his unbeaten record  . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC

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