Looking to make a comeback, a new and improved, and always game Nick Spina is back in this cage this Saturday night.
Spina is heading in to his third professional bout after his last fight in February. He currently stands at 1-1 and is determined to improve his record. With the heart and tenacity he demonstrates in his training camp, he is well on his way. He left his amateur career with a winning record and intends to continue the same in his professional career.
Saturday night at Black Bear Casino and Resort, Spina will be facing Josh Wolfe of Wisconsin. This will be Wolfe’s professional debut.
“I do not know much about my opponent, but he seems to have a decent stand up game,” said Spina. “My game plan is to stand and bang. I’ll be looking for a KO, but if it happens to go to the ground…well, you know what I do best.”
Spina has made a few changes lately in his fight game, including heading back to his old stomping grounds. “I am back training where I started at Inner Strength,” he said. “I’m loving it. I have a lot of great training partners there. BPS (Ben Pierre-Saint) and I are always challenging each other, pushing each other harder. It’s helping me out a lot!”
Black Bear Casino is a familiar place to fight for Spina, who has fought on cards at the casino since 2010. This weekend he will be fighting for King of the Cage. “I do like fighting for KOTC,” he said. “Matchmaker Mike Camp is an excellent guy and we get along great. I like fighting for KOTC and especially Black Bear because it is very close to my home town. I have A LOT of fans who come and watch!”
Along with fans, friends and family, Spina is supported by many sponsors. “I would like to thank LTM (Lifted Trucks Minnesota), Quality Collision, H&R Block, Inner Strength MMA, Ugly Stick Saloon, Knotted Pine Inn, Cleber Jiu Jitsu, Tri Coasta MMA, and Sandy Hackenmueller at Fight to Finish.”
Please follow Nick Spina as he moves ahead in his fight career. You can find him on Facebook right here!