UFC Fight Night 30 headliner Lyoto Machida was perfectly fine as a light heavyweight. A former champion, the 35-year old Brazilian had won back-to-back bouts over Ryan Bader and Dan Henderson before dropping a controversial decision to Phil Davis in August. However, the stumble prompted Machida to reassess his situation and ultimately move down to middleweight as a result. “The Dragon” recently spoke with UFC.com about his meeting with Mark Munoz on Saturday night where he explained why he decided to dip down to 185 pounds, how his friendship with his foe affected his initial reaction to the rumble, and what fans should expect from him on Saturday night. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)