Pressed up against a wall of black mats, Dee Logue wrestled another man’s shoulder out of his chin. After a five-minute round another man was pressed against Logue. Then another man.The eight o’clock workout was one of the last trainings of the day. At seven Logue was in his blue Brazilian jiu jitsu belt working on body locks and perfecting the art of forcing one’s dominance on another. Earlier in the day the Woodstock First Nation member was running wind sprints and practicing yoga.
Logue (2-0) is preparing for his third professional fight for the vacant L-Jack Production Lightweight championship belt against (5-1) Adam Hazelton. L-Jack MMA 3 is scheduled for 6:30 at Fredericton’s Grant Harvey Centre on April 28. Full story here