When Demian Maia defeated Jorge Masvidal at UFC 211 in Dallas, the Brazilian standout cemented his position as the No. 1 contender in the welterweight division and earned the opportunity to face Tyron Woodley for the title later in the year.Five weeks ago, Maia got the call telling him his championship opportunity would take place at UFC 214 in Anaheim. And while he was initially worried about the condensed time he had to prepare for the biggest fight of his career, the surging submission ace is happy with how everything came together heading into Saturday’s co-main event showdown with … Read the Full Article Here