I did miss the fight, thanks for posting that.
Man Machida is for real, he completely dominated from start to finish. I agree with h0rt though, Evans is still a monster, he just finally got matched up with a fighter that he didn't have an answer for. I could see Evans training hard and matching up better with Machida in the future. Evans has not lost a step or anything, Machida was just better prepared and the better fighter that night.
The thing I really enjoyed was the class showed by both fighters but more so by Evans after the fight. It would have been very easy for him to sulk and leave the ring early, like many fighters do after a loss. Especially it being his first loss. Very cool of him to stay, be humble, and talk about how he will be back....which I'm sure he will.