Lyoto Machida’s musical taste is so elusive that not even Ian McCall’s handlebar mustache can comprehend it. Even the vowels in Lyoto Machida’s name are elusive. Machida is like attempting to pour a glass of urine in an invisible container dedicated solely for receiving urine from an elevated glass. Even though it’s scientifically supposed to work — it doesn’t — because Machida doesn’t want it to happen. Lyoto Machida’s perception of physics is elusive, so it’s futile to even try to understand it. Just imagine the set of Pee Wee’s Playhouse, then apply that to everything on this planet and the academic realm of science completely accepting it as absolute fact.
In an interview with Brazil’s GloboEsporte.com, Lyoto Machida opens up about Jon Jones after his UFC 152 bout against Vitor Belfort and states that the UFC light heavyweight champion has ‘big holes’ in his MMA game.
Jon Jones has big holes in his game, he is not this guy that everyone looks and feels unbeatable. He is aloof, seeks to evolve his weaknesses, but leaves gaps in the ground, he’s no black belt. He’s a dangerous guy, and you have to stay alert.
Machida also comments on his heavily rumored fight against Dan Henderson by the end of the year.
People talk in December, but there are people saying that my next fight will be in January at an event in the open channel of the United States, or against Dan Henderson. It has some potential, but for me it makes no difference. I want to be ready and you have to do before a fight (the fight for the belt), will be good for me. Gain more experience and come very well prepared.
It’s important to note that if a fight between Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida goes down, the only evidence that would be left on this planet would be a giant impact crater inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.