In late November of last year, everything felt like it was coming together perfectly for Sijara Eubanks.After entering the competition on Season 26 of The Ultimate Fighter ranked 12th in the 16-woman field to crown the inaugural women’s flyweight champion, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt known as “SarJ” (pronounced “Sarge”) started working her way through the opposition.First she dispatched fifth seed Maia Stevenson, forcing her to tap to a kimura in the second round of their “Round of 16” encounter. She followed it up by knocking out DeAnna Bennett … Read the Full Article Here