It was the opportunity of a lifetime, and Joe Soto didn’t think twice about facing UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw on one day’s notice back in 2014. He would lose that fight after putting in the gutsy kind of effort that has become his trademark, and he admits that he thinks about that night in Sacramento sometimes.“I was close, I could have won that, but it didn’t happen,” said Soto, who was scheduled to face Anthony Birchak at UFC 177 before Renan Barao was forced from the main event, opening the door for Soto’s “Rocky” moment. “I … Read the Full Article Here