A world championship may have changed Nicco Montano’s life, but it hasn’t changed who she is.“It was not even a year ago that I was still living in the basement, trying to figure out what I wanted to do,” she said recently. “It’s definitely all new, all fast.”That whirlwind kicked into gear when the New Mexico native made one of the most memorable runs in the history of The Ultimate Fighter series, as she went from the 14th seed to the season title, a title that just happened to be the first women’s flyweight championship in UFC history. On Satur … Read the Full Article Here