UFC 164 videos: Anthony Pettis submission win over Ben Henderson on 'Gracie Breakdown' with Lyoto Machida

Rage against Machida: Watch "The Dragon" role play with Rener Gracie as they re-enact the UFC 164 main event.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) crowned a new lightweight champion last Saturday night (Aug. 31, 2013) when Anthony Pettis submitted Ben Henderson in the first round of their 155-pound title fight at the UFC 164 pay-per-view (PPV) event from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (video replay).

How did "Showtime" make it look easy against a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt and grappling gold medal winner?

The answer is a bit complicated, so we'll defer to the Gracie brothers for their latest edition of "Breakdown." Only this time, Rener is getting a little help from soon-to-be UFC middleweight Lyoto Machida, who takes on the role of Pettis when the simulated fight hits the floor.

Will "The Dragon" be able to do likewise when he tangles with Tim Kennedy later this year on FOX Sports 1?

To see more results, reactions and videos from UFC 164, check out our comprehensive link dump and fallout gallery by clicking here.


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