Pete Spratt is set to headline the Legacy Fighting event this Friday night broadcast live on AXStv. Coming off a 9 month layoff at the age of 42, Spratt has not missed a beat inside the cage. The Texan is riding a two fight win streak, that could easily be three if not for a controversial decision at Legacy FC 8. That fight was in enemy territory against the hometown guy, Jorge Patino, who now seems to be avoiding a rematch at all costs.
Spratt steps into the Legacy cage with a strong support team and a wealth of experience. During his last bout in Brazil, he ruptured a tendon in his thumb requiring surgery. Following the surgery, Spratt spent his days rehabbing at local Airrosti Rehab Centers. That rehab consisted of soft tissue manipulation, range of motion exercises and more. To learn more about Spratt and this injury you can view additional information at the following link-
Spratt pictured with some members of the Airrosti team in San Antonio, Texas.