Heading into his main event showdown with Derek Brunson in October 2017, Lyoto Machida was champing at the bit to step back into the Octagon and show everyone that he was still a force to be reckoned with in the middleweight division.Following a two-year layoff after self-reporting use of a banned substance, “The Dragon” was done serving his suspension and poised to return to the UFC cage in a headlining capacity, competing in Sao Paulo against an established Top 10 opponent. It was the exact type of matchup that would put him right back into the mix as long as he emerged victoriou … Read the Full Article Here