HomeFighter Talk The Signature Moves Of Former UFC Champ Lyoto Machida Bruno October 24, 2013 Fighter Talk 8 Comments Light Heavyweight Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida breaks down, in ultra-slow motion, the moves that have made him famous. Watch for these moves as he battles Mark Munoz at UFC Manchester: Machida vs. Munoz on Fox Sports 2, October 26th. Tweet Pin It Tags:Lyoto Machida Fight Network Preview Video Of UFC Fight Night 30 Mark Munoz vs. Lyoto Machida UFC Fight Night 30 Machida vs Munoz Open Workout Recap Video 8 Comments Joe Dog October 24, 2013 Now Mr. Machida, you can show us your wrestling moves on Saturday. Log in to Reply koreanlite October 24, 2013 he looks like his own evil twin with that goatee Log in to Reply Adonis October 24, 2013 Machida’s doppleganger. Log in to Reply Benny October 24, 2013 Machida San Karate Kun will prevail again this Sat! Give Machida his wins back Mr.Crapful Davis and you too Rampage!!! Log in to Reply mmafan11 October 24, 2013 Crane kick like the Karate Kid lol Should be a good fight but I think Machida takes it by decision maybe KO Munoz does tend to get hit a lot. Log in to Reply DrDoom October 25, 2013 Machida should stop listening to Seagal or he’ll go the way of Silva. His performance has been on a slide for the last three years and I see him likely losing to Munoz and getting cut Fitch-style. Log in to Reply fulcrumpointftt October 25, 2013 Can’t wait for Machida 2.0 tom night. He will be faster and has vowed not to go to decisions anymore. Munoz is a beast but I really don’t see him being able to get his hands on the Dragon especially at 185. Munoz doesn’t do well against blitz fighters he got hit by Bosch bad in the first round off of blitzs down the middle and nobody does that better than the Dragon either way can’t wait to see what happens. Log in to Reply mmafan October 25, 2013 I think there should be more draws MMA, at worst, Machidas losses to Rampage and P. Davis should have been no worse than draws. When neither fighter clearly wins…why give one fighter an undeserved loss and another fighter an undeserved win? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.