Prior to this year, Neil Magny had been the most active fighter on the UFC roster.Over his first four years as a member of the welterweight division, the TUF 16 contestant competed 16 times, including making five trips into the Octagon in both 2014 and 2015, and after a tepid start, the 30-year-old caught fire and established himself as a legitimate Top 10 talent in the deep and competitive weight class.But after closing out his 2016 campaign with a decision win over former champ Johny Hendricks, Magny was forced to endure a lengthy stay on the sidelines as a lingering neck injury put his futu … Read the Full Article Here