While he’s been fighting as a professional for just over a year, featherweight up and comer Cory Sandhagen has actually been involved in MMA for some time. “Since I was a teenager I’ve been doing MMA,” Sandhagen told MMAWeekly.com. “I took a lot of time off, so I always knew my skills were a lot further than my experience and the record that I have. “Since I’ve been fighting so much this year, I think it’s getting better every single time. I’ve been able to open up a little bit more striking. Striking in MMA gloves is a lot different than big gloves; which still took me a little to figure it out; but I’m figuring it out and everything’s getting a lot better.” After turning pro in May of 2015, Sandhagen has faced increasingly more experienced competition, capping off with a win over nearly 30-fight veteran Josh Huber in July.
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