When Corey Anderson wakes up Saturday morning and gets ready for his Atlantic City bout with Patrick Cummins, he’s likely to say the same thing he usually does:“Today could be a great day to make something happen.”It’s the mantra of the eternal optimist, the glass half-full philosophy of a 28-year-old light heavyweight who can shine a positive light on a 2017 campaign in which he lost back-to-back bouts to Jimi Manuwa and Ovince Saint Preux. It could have been a crushing blow, but the former Ultimate Fighter winner took the positives away from the setbacks.“I pick … Read the Full Article Here