Hungary’s Melinda Fabian sold her car to get to The Ultimate Fighter 26 tryouts. Now back home after six weeks competing against 15 of her fellow flyweights, she has no regrets.“It was absolutely worth it,” she said. “I learned a lot about how MMA works, and I took home all those experiences and the insight I got.”She may even be fighting for the UFC’s first women’s flyweight championship later this year, but that won’t be known until the tournament airs in its entirety, so, at the moment, Fabian will fight for the first time on TUF next week aga … Read the Full Article Here