LoGreco stopped Pablo Munguia in October, and is ready to get back in action.
“Elegele is a good fight for me,” he said. “He’s a taller southpaw, so that’s a little bit of a challenge, but I’m training for whatever he may bring and do not take him lightly. Bottom line for me is – I like to fight and that will create an exciting main event June 12 and even better fights down the line.”
LoGreco enjoys being a pressure fighter, and Elegele is known as a hard hitting precision type fighter, so expect sparks to fly when these welterweights collide in this scheduled 10 round main event June 12.
In addition to being an exciting fighter, LoGreco brings a wide international fan base from Italy to Canada, as well as his training home of Las Vegas who are all ready to see the battle with Elegele.
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