Rolling into Detroit Rock City, Eddie Alvarez can’t wait for Saturday night to arrive.“I want Saturday to be here already,” said the former lightweight champion, in town to battle Justin Gaethje in a fight that Alvarez believes will determine the most violent man in the UFC.Given their respective histories inside the cage, it’s hard to argue with the Philadelphia native’s assessment.Before he rose to the top of the 155-pound ranks in the UFC, Alvarez spent nearly a dozen years taking part in epic encounters all around the globe, coming away on the happy side of th … Read the Full Article Here