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  • 08-20-2013, 07:56 AM
    Lyoto Machida eyes 'big fight' against Vitor Belfort, Chael Sonnen or Nick Diaz next

    "I just want to do a big fight, you know? Belfort is the first name on a list because he is a big name and a great opponent. I think Belfort is a perfect opponent for me. But, he hasn't accepted that fight. Then, Dana White told me about Nick Diaz. Nick Diaz is a great opponent, too, but I'm just waiting for UFC. Then, last Saturday, I saw the fight with Shogun and Sonnen and saw a great opportunity to fight Sonnen, too. Sonnen is a great name, a big name around the world and I think I can beat him. And he talk bad about me back in the day."
  • 08-14-2013, 05:00 PM
    If Machida pisses hot, does he get a double dose?
  • 08-14-2013, 04:26 PM
    Bad match up for Belfort IMO.

    TRT vs Urine
  • 08-14-2013, 01:50 PM
    Belfort gonna fight in Las Vegas? I'll take Machida
  • 08-14-2013, 10:45 AM
    CA_Gas Bag
    A surprising fight to make. Sounds awesome though. I'd like to see Machida win, but I'm not confident enough in picking.
  • 08-14-2013, 09:33 AM
  • 08-14-2013, 08:19 AM

    Dana White Wouldn’t Mind Putting Belfort vs. Machida in UFC 167 Co-Main Event

    Dana White Wouldn’t Mind Putting Vitor Belfort vs. Lyoto Machida in UFC 167 Co-Main Event

    Vitor Belfort wants to fight for the UFC middleweight championship.

    Lyoto Machida wants a rematch with Phil Davis.

    Neither is going to get the fight that they want, but they may just get a fight against each other.

    UFC president Dana White wouldn’t mind putting the two in a fight together, especially if it were at 185 pounds, according to a report on UFC Tonight on Tuesday.

    In fact, White told UFC Tonight reporter Ariel Helwani that he would make the fight the co-main event of UFC 167: St-Pierre vs. Hendricks, the promotion’s 20th Anniversary event. UFC 167 takes place on Nov. 16 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

    Belfort is coming off of back-to-back knockout victories over Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold at 185 pounds, and feels it should have been enough to put him in a title fight, especially after Chris Weidman upset Anderson Silva. At the very least, he believes he is the No. 1 contender at middleweight.

    As such, Belfort’s wife, who is also his manager, has said that Belfort is willing to fight while he waits for Weidman and Silva to hash out their rematch, but not in a 185-pound non-title bout. He’d fight at catchweight, light heavyweight, or even heavyweight, but doesn’t like the idea of risking his place in the line for the middleweight title.

    After losing a unanimous decision to Phil Davis at UFC 163, Machida wanted an immediate rematch, believing the judges scored the fight incorrectly, but Davis doesn’t appear to have any interest.

    Machida went into that fight having defeated Ryan Bader and Dan Henderson in succession, so the loss was a huge blow to his hopes of scoring another shot at UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

    Machida has toyed with the idea of dropping down to middleweight, and his camp reportedly told Helwani that they wouldn’t mind a fight with Belfort at 185, 205, or even a catchweight.

    If the fight comes together at UFC 167, it would certainly help add some punch to a fight card that already is topped by UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre putting his belt on the line against top contender Johny Hendricks.
  • 08-14-2013, 07:09 AM
    I won't believe it until it's actually announced but it is intriguing for sure.
  • 08-14-2013, 06:14 AM
    I was actually thinking the other day about a matchup between Vitor and Shogun. I think that would be an epic fight.
    I think if Vitor wants a catchweight fight, let him have the winner of Shogun/Sonnen. Either matchup would be just as exciting as Machida.
  • 08-14-2013, 05:46 AM
    Pasha K
    This would be a great fight. I think Belfort wins by KO
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