The thing that frustrated me more than anything was that it was obvious from the get go that Machida was the superior fighter. When Dan came in throwing those god awful kicks and swinging wildly, Machida had the chance for some huge couners but instead chose to back away. Machida also embarrassed Henderson in the clinch at the end of the first round. Why wouldn't he try and close the distance and get the trip? I understand that Henderson has nuclear hands, but there is a reason Machida only won by a split decision last night. I'm also all for fighters using the point system to their advantage but they need to show successful OFFENSE in order to gain those points. For most of the fight, Machida fought from an entirely defensive standpoint and he nearly lost the fight because of it. He needs to learn to be more active against guys like Rampage and Henderson, otherwise he's going to lose fights that he shouldn't be losing.