Alright, nice breakdown of the strikes. Now how about taking other things into consideration.
Shoguns total Octagon Control was key. Lyoto is elusive when it comes to strikes being thrown at him, but Shoguns push and presence was intimidating, Machida was the intimidated fighter here, constantly being backed away and cut off. Elusively dodging strikes is a good thing, being ran all over the mat is not.
Shoguns Aggression was high. Sure Machida made a few runs forward, and shogun backed off a few times. But the majority of the fight it was Shogun being the aggressor, and according to UFC standards, that is a trait they judge on.
Lastly Damage. Although the strike percentage may have been close, yet still in Shoguns favor, Shogun did far more damage to Machida. Machida had a welted up ribcage, which was actually red and raw. The insides of his legs were very very beat up and swollen with blood, the outside was also slightly swollen and red although the trunks covered a lot of the visible damage to the outside leg. Machida also suffered a slightly split lip from catching a nice punch. Shogun had a mouse under his eye for one round, which was tamed between rounds, and didnt develop into anything. Shoguns skin was also sweaty, which means machida made him hot.
Alright the last thing was a joke but honestly. Its not as clear cut as the strike count. The strike count may be close but the fight has other elements that they advertise judging on, and those elements werent close at all.
Striking - Pretty close on count, but Shogun landing more strikes. Also Shogun doing more damage with those strikes.
Grappling - Pretty much even, Both fighters landing shots in the clinch. Shogun might have edged out Machida on number of strikes in the clinch, but machida stuffed a few take downs. No clear winner here
Aggression - This was no contest. Machida isnt a super aggressive fighter as is, but Shogun was the clear aggressor here, hands down.
Octagon Control - All Shogun, had Machida backing up the whole fight, Shogun controlled the center of the octagon, and spent quite a bit of time pressing forward and cutting Machida off. Shogun had Machida against the cage a few times aswell. This goes to Shogun.