There are those in the world who look at someone like Edson Barboza and think that they can do what he does with a few trips to the gym and some runs around block. “It’s just fighting,” they say. “Punching and kicking.”They’re wrong. So wrong. Ask any opponent who has been on the receiving end of one of Barboza’s punches, kicks, elbows or knees, and there will usually be a sigh, followed by a silent nod or other acknowledgment of something that wasn’t born in him or developed over the space of a year. A lifetime of work has gone into this for the … Read the Full Article Here