When heavyweight Curtis Blaydes makes the walk to the Octagon Saturday night to face Alistair Overeem, it will be his first fight in his hometown of Chicago since October 2014.Since that win over William Baptiste that lifted his record to 2-0, he has become a UFC fighter, a top five contender, and a young man closing in on a title shot. That’s a lot to happen in less than four years, so I wondered if it’s going to be an emotional moment for him at United Center, or a case of let’s just do this?“Probably the latter,” Blaydes laughs. “Close the door and let&rs … Read the Full Article Here