Changes in his work schedule has allowed Valor Fights 36’s Steven Haag to train more

Lightweight Steven Haag will be looking to secure his second professional victory on Saturday night at Valor Fights 36 as he will meet Randy Stamey on the fight card coming from the Gatlinburg Convention Center in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Haag (1-1) enters this fight following a decision defeat against Nick Gherts in February at Valor Fights 30. Since his last fight, Haag has changed his work schedule and this has allowed him to train more for his fight coming up on Saturday night at Valor Fights 36.

“End up switching schedules at work, which has allowed me to train a lot more frequently,” Haag told The MMA Report. “I am able to get a morning session in. A lunch time session in and an afternoon session. I have a lot more training in so I feel much more prepared for this fight.”

Check out Haag’s complete interview with The MMA Report below.