It should have been the best time of Diego Rivas’ life. Chile’s lone representative on the UFC roster, Rivas had just scored a highlight reel flying knee knockout of Noad Lahat in February 2016 that earned him a Performance of the Night bonus and lifted his pro MMA record to 7-0.But a month after the fight, a visit to the doctor to check out an injured knee turned up something a lot worse, as he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. At 24 years old, Rivas was handed news that was the equivalent of a death sentence.“It’s very hard to put into words,” he said of his … Read the Full Article Here