“I did not have to dehydrate and this is a positive factor,” said Machida to TATAME. “I managed to lose the amount of weight they wanted in a healthy way. I felt faster, felt that opponents are smaller. Now, I am fighting with guys my size.”

“The Dragon” was open to competing in both weight classes. He returns as middleweight next year against Gegard Mousasi.

Since Machida lost his light heavyweight title, he’s struggled to gain the momentum he had before being champion.

They’re set for UFC Fight Night 34 on February 8. It comes from Brazil’s Arena Jaragua.

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