The only thing I saw in that White fight is that Machida does have fundamental striking flaws, which I already knew. He kinda has Wanderlei syndrome where he'll start swinging with little regard for his defense (especially when he smells blood) and someone with good, quick strikes could probably take advantage of that. The one guy I can think of with good straight punches and the presence of mind to grab kicks is Anderson Silva. Of course, if you're close enough to hit him, he can hit you. The guy has some really tricky combinations and sweeps. White had some hard straight shots, but he still got clocked himself. If you get him on the ground, he has BJJ. Notice Vernon didn't want it with him on the ground despite being a former Pancrase fighter. The guy's definitely not invincible, but he's clearly an intelligent and well-rounded fighter which you have to take into consideration before saying a certain gameplan will beat him. He's won against many different types of opponents already in his short career.