If a UFC 217 fight with Joe Duffy in Madison Square Garden this Saturday is a signal that James Vick has arrived at the age of 30, that’s only half-right. Yes, a win in a featured prelim bout on the most important card of the year will likely propel the Texas native to bigger and better things in 2018. But he didn’t fall into the sky and into this position. To get here took 10 years of toil, probably longer than it should have. But Vick has known from the start that he would have to work harder than most thanks to a late start that saw him start training at 20 without any formal ba … Read the Full Article Here