This weekend in Edmonton, Neil Magny’s arduous, extended hiatus from competition will come an end as the welterweight contender takes on former lightweight champ Rafael Dos Anjos on the main card of UFC 215.Coming off one of the biggest wins of his career – a unanimous decision triumph over former titleholder Johny Hendricks – the welterweight contender has been forced to endure a protracted stay on the sidelines, resigned to watching the division carry in his stead. Weeks kept flying off the calendar and suddenly Magny was counting the number of months it had been since he … Read the Full Article Here