Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Justin Lovrich

Across The Pond Profile: Legacy Fighting Alliance fighter Justin Lovrich

Keeping your undefeated record intact is not easy as it first appears when a fighter makes the dive into the professional pool. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a lumberjack of electricity putting a static shock in the lightweight division as LFA’S newest lightning in a bottle prospect on the come up. A professional mixed martial artist since February 2022 and representing Midwest Training Center, Justin Lovrich owns a perfect 3-0 record comprised of two submissions and one decision. Lovrich is 2-0 under the Legacy Fighting Alliance banner, with one finish under his belt for the organization with a time of three minutes and 24 seconds. Both of Lovrich’s finishes during his time in the professional ranks have come within the opening round with a 100 percent finishing rate to show for it in addition to two first-round finishes. He has gone to the scorecards a single time over the course of his career as a professional MMA fighter sweeping them clean across the board in that instance. Lovrich has two finishes under his belt in three professional appearances thus far.

In his professional MMA debut and promotional debut with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 123, he faced Aleksander Keca and went on to submit him in the first round via rear-naked choke. Lovrich also tapped out Christopher Figueroa in round one at Fight Card Entertainment 75 Supremacy 2022 to earn his second submission win as a professional in addition to scoring back-to-back round one finishes.

Then in the opening main card bout of LFA 153, he defeated Christian Turner via unanimous decision. The victory earned Lovrich the first decision win of his professional career. He also extended his unbeaten streak to three to begin his career in the process. At 3-0, this rail splitter is chopping opposition down like trees before the axe in even the roughest of conditions!

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