UFC 104 postfight!

“Machida Era” now in question: Saturday night was supposed to be another chapter in what was being called “The Machida Era.” Twenty-five minutes of a grueling chess match between Mauricio “Shogun” Rua’s Muy Thai and Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida’s heralded Karate passed and everything changed – except the fact that “The Dragon” would remain undefeated with a unanimous decision victory to retain his light heavyweight title at UFC 104 in Los Angeles . . . Click here for more by Andreas Hale

Velasquez converts the skeptics: With just seven fights under his belt, respect for Cain Velasquez has been a long, slow, uphill climb for some skeptic who believes the California fighter was overhyped  . . . Click here for more by Anthony Springer Jr.

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