On first sight, these ultra condensed letterforms of equal height resemble Barcode, but with lowercase forms. With that enlongated loop of ‘g’, the logo is also reminiscent of an — imaginary — contrastless unicase variant of Empire. The overall look has a Neville Brody ring to it, see e.g. his FF Dome. One can get pretty close with the condensed styles of Flat-it’s twin families Rama Gothic (‘e’, ‘o’) and Dharma Gothic (‘t’).
It’s the sassy ear of ‘g’ which reveals that this logo actually is a modified Knockout No. 26 Junior Flyweight.