"Well, to start it off, I think Machida will win by what Joe Rogan calls, 'elusiveness!' or in my words 'hit and run.' This will be a great test for Evans to find the range to get the takedown. Machida is the favorite in my experience with both fighters. Never mind there's only one of the fighters that are undefeated truthfully. That mark one on Rashad's record isn't a draw. It's nice to see that one guy I almost submitted will be the champ and the other that I beat is the champ. I’m still a force to be reckon with."
-- Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz tells PunchDrunkGamer.com that he's still got game because he's given the UFC 98: "Evans vs. Machida" main event participants all they could handle. "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" battled current 205-pound champ, "Sugar" Rashad" to a draw at UFC 73: "Stacked" back in July 2007, but more than likely would have won the bout if he didn't get docked a point for grabbing the fence in the second round. He then had Machida in big trouble courtesy of a triangle/armbar submission attempt late in the third round of their bout at UFC 84: "Ill Will" in May 2008. He eventually dropped the contest to "The Dragon" via clear-cut unanimous decision. So what say you ... is Tito Ortiz still a major player at 205 pounds or can he still compete (and beat) the best in the world?