Sandra "The Honey Badger" Mašková
- Submission : 0 Wins - 0 Losses
- TKO/KO : 0 Wins - 1 Losses
- Decision : 1 Wins - 2 Losses
- Age : 30
- Height : 5'3" (163 cm)
- Reach : 57" (146 cm)
- Leg Span : 39" (99)
- Stance :
- BG Discipline : Kickboxing
- Strengths :
- From : Czech Republic
- Fighting out of : Prague, Czech Republic
- Gym : Tiger Team
- Trainer : Alois Škeřík
- Submission : %
- Takedowns : %
- Striking : %
Pro Fight History
Chamia Chabbi–LossR3 Decision (Unanimous)
Elena Bagnyuk–LossR2 TKO (Punches)
Camila Rivarola–LossR3 Decision (Unanimous)
Evelina Puidaite–WinR3 Decision (Unanimous)
Exhibition Fight History
Mellony GeugjesTF 2 Quater FianlsLossR3 Decision (Split)–
When and why did you start training martial arts?
I have been doing martial arts for 11 years. I started with kickboxing when I was 19. I wanted to do something unusual
How did you transition to MMA?
I won The World Games 2017 in kickboxing and MMA seemed to be great challenge.
What achievements, ranks and titles have you held?
Some titles in Pro kickboxing, medals from World and European Championships, and I won The World Games 2017.
How did you get your fight name?
People started to call me “Honey Badger’ after my success on The World Games. Because it seems that the Honey Badgers’s philosophy correspond to my personal philosophy. “I don’t care”. The honey badgers is something like my ideal.
What is your favourite technique, and why?
I don’t have any favourite techniques. I am just known as a “she who has a powerful hook”.
Who is your hero, and why?
Superhero – it was always Spiderman 😊 I believe that everyone has their own hero in themselves. And our mission is find our hero. I can see a hero (or warrior) of any others people.
What other interesting information can you tell us about yourself (hobbies, work, fun, outside of gym)?
One of my biggest hobbies is self-searching. Because I believe that if you know yourself, you will know whole world. I love books. I read books about psychology, diet and healthy lifestyle. I like alternative ways of thinking. And I love tattoos. If I have some thought, idea or challenge, I run to my friend, tattoo artist Martin, and we make some new pictures. My tattoos has quite deep meaning for me.
What does it mean for you to fight in the EFC?
It means great challenge for me I have ever had. It is not just about fighting in the cage with the best of worlds fighters, it means fighting with my own personal fears for me. And it is really serious business for me.