By all accounts, Marlon Vera had a pretty good year in 2017, going 2-1 with a pair of finishes over Brad Pickett and Brian Kelleher before losing a decision to John Lineker in October. He would agree.
“I can’t complain, it was a good year,” Vera said. “I fought the number five fighter in the world and it didn’t go my way, but it was a pretty close fight, and I feel really good about this year and how everything went. Now I’ve made adjustments and I’m ready to go.”Tomorrow night, Vera will be in Belem, fighting for the second consecutive time in … Read the Full Article Here