If not for visa issues that plagued his promising mixed martial arts career, Glover Teixeira likely would have been competing in the UFC Octagon years ago. Today, he might even be holding a world title. Instead, he‘s 33 and making up for lost time as he prepares for his fourth fight in a year against James Te Huna this Saturday night.Some might feel bitter about the lost time. Not Teixeira, who always felt that he would eventually get his chance to shine on the sport‘s brightest stage.“I was confident,” he said. “But I didn‘t want to wait too long to get into the UFC. If I was 35 or 37 years o … Read the Full Article Here