Less than a month after submitting Adam Wright in 47 seconds in June 2015, Paul Craig was back home in Scotland and sitting in The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, watching the UFC’s first event in his country. He was just a fan that night, albeit one with a 6-0 pro MMA record and high hopes of one day being in the Octagon and not outside it.“I believed I was ready for the UFC,” he said. “In all fairness I probably wasn’t (Laughs), but to see Robert Whiteford walk out, the place erupted. Everybody was on their feet, shouting and screaming. This was the first time the UFC had … Read the Full Article Here