When Lauren Murphy began fighting in 2010, she didn’t imagine that she would be one of the top flyweights in the world just eight years later. She didn’t even expect to still be fighting.“I thought I was just gonna do one fight and I’ll tell my kids about it someday and my grandkids will talk about how their grandma did a cage fight once and that will be it,” she said. “To me, it was the biggest thing I could dream of, doing one local fight.”She fought that fight, knocking out Kloiah Wayland in 17 seconds. That wasn’t enough. “After that, I … Read the Full Article Here