It turns out Barb Honchak is as good as advertised. The first ever Invicta FC women’s flyweight champion was touted as one of the top picks to make waves during The Ultimate Fighter this season, but often it’s not easy to live up to those kinds of high expectations. As it turns out, Honchak was more than ready to live up to the moment in her fight as the No. 2 overall seed this week, as she took on 22-year-old prospect Gillian Robertson, who was the No. 15 seed in the tournament. Before the fight got underway, Honchak talked about her long absence from the sport and how … Read the Full Article Here