As the story goes, when Robert Johnson disappeared from the Mississippi Delta as an average guitar player and then returned as a virtuoso, fellow musicians said he had sold his soul to the devil as the crossroads to receive this talent. Whether you believe such urban legends or not, there is no debate that Johnson, one of the most influential bluesmen of all-time, put his time in the proverbial “woodshed” to perfect his craft.Alonzo Menifield can relate to this story, because when he scored a first-round finish of Daniel Jolly on the first season of Dana White’s Tuesday Night … Read the Full Article Here