Before Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee signed to fight for the interim lightweight title in the main event of UFC 216 on Oct. 7, before Conor McGregor won that 155-pound crown, the same one worn by BJ Penn, Sean Sherk, Frankie Edgar, Benson Henderson, Anthony Pettis, Rafael Dos Anjos and Eddie Alvarez, there was a “Lil’ Evil” in what has long been considered the toughest division in MMA.So it was appropriate that the UFC’s first 155-pound champion was one of the toughest men around, one who fought through a harrowing childhood to become a fighter and a world titleholder. An … Read the Full Article Here