Lyoto Machida got back on track in front of a raucous hometown audience as the former champion slipped by Eryk Anders via split decision in a back and forth battle in Brazil.
Following the toughest stretch of his career with three straight losses, Machida had something to prove as he stepped out into the main event on Saturday night while facing a young upstart in Anders, who asked for the opportunity to face a legend in his own backyard.
Machida’s best offense came from his counter strikes as he caught Anders coming in aggressively several times while also battering the former Universit … Read the Full Article Here