On Saturday night, former Pride champion Dan Henderson battled former UFC champion Lyoto Machida in a bout that would likely determine the next challenger to Jon Jones' UFC light heavyweight championship.
In the main event from Anaheim, Calif., Machida out-pointed Henderson on his way to winning a very close split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28). With that victory, Henderson is no longer the No. 1 contender in the light heavyweight division, and Machida has asserted himself back into the conversation.
Let's take a look at where Henderson, Machida and the rest of the UFC light heavyweight division stand after the battle of two former champions at UFC 157.