“I see Madison Square Garden almost every day of my life,” said UFC lightweight Jared Gordon. It’s part of the ritual that takes him from his home in Queens to Manhattan, where he puts in the work at the Renzo Gracie Academy and Church Street Boxing to prepare for his Sunday bout with Diego Ferreira.That fight will take place in Austin, but one day the 29-year-old hopes he will be gracing “The Mecca,” a place that holds a little extra meaning to him since his grandfather, Sal Ferello, fought there.Long before mixed martial arts announced its worldwide arrival, box … Read the Full Article Here