The heat was on Calvin Kattar. He knew it, but he wasn’t rattled. Even though he was the last of his Boston brethren competing at UFC 220 in their hometown arena, TD Garden, and the only one not to win yet, he was determined that Shane Burgos wasn’t going to spoil the Garden party.“He (Burgos) had a good second round and I’m like, ‘Man, I gotta go and take this in the third.’”Kattar did, breaking open a close fight by stopping Burgos in the final round. The victory was his ninth in a row and second in the UFC, but nothing meant more than joining Rob F … Read the Full Article Here