Bare Knuckle News

Bare Knuckle News

Join award-winning journalist, Susan Cingari, and her team at Bare Knuckle News™️ for ultimate access to the fights and fighters of BKFC. No one beats us to the punch.

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December 30, 2022 3 min

Britain Hart, while at BKFC 34 Hollywood to support her friends and family and the BKFC team from Slaughterhouse Management, says she is excited to see the 2 female fighters in her former 125 lb weight class. She says she was wrapping hands backstage and working with the fighters. Her inspirational message is, “You can be what you want to be at any point in time. It doesn’t matter what happened in the past – you leave it there.”

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Bantamweight Battle of 2 warriors - BKFC 34. Bantamweight Alberto Blas, (1-0, 1 KO), of Miami, FL knocked out Jeremiah Potts, (0-1), in the first round (0:54). Blas overwhelmed Potts from the start of the fight with a barrage of power shots.

He told Bare Knuckle News that he is ready for a title fight and really enjoyed fighting in the clinch. He also says he was not affected by the weigh in antics before the fight. He credits his ...

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Fighting in the flyweight division Florida Matt ‘Rambo’ Russo, (1-0, 1 KO), and Jakobi Lowry, (0-1), also of Florida had an explosive first round. Both fighters were making their debut.

Lowry dropped Russo early in the first round but before the round ended Russo returned the favor and the ringside physician stopped the bout at the end of the opening stanza with Lowery’s vision being impaired.

Russo told Bare Knuckle News he really...

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Underground bare-knuckle legend and fan favorite  Rene ‘White Boy’ Rodriguez, (1-0, 1 KO), of Miami, Florida looked smashing in his debut scoring a first-round knockout of Jake ‘The Goon’ Young.

A beautiful over hand right dropped Young early and followed by a big left hand giving a Rodriguez the TKO victory at the 1:57 mark.

Rodriguez spoke to Bare Knuckle News Host Susan Cingari after the fight and said he really liked fighting i...

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Blake ‘BAD’ Davis, (2-0, 2 KO), of Davie, FL was on fire, with a first-round, one-punch right hand knockout of Will ‘The 208 Underdog” Dunkle, (0-2), of Idaho. Time of the stoppage was 1:43 of the opening stanza.

Davis Tells Bare Knuckle News Host Susan Cingari, he prepared for Dunkle who is a southpaw by sparring specifically with his team mates. Davis is no stranger to the game by the way fight fans he boasts a professional boxin...

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Florida’s Bryan ‘El Gallo’ Duran, (3-0, 3 KOs), welcomes BKFC debuting Kobe Brown, (0-1) in high style to the squared circle for a fight in the lightweight division. He made quick work of his opponent firing off four clean punches to the head right off the scratch. The fallen Bowen did not beat the count and Duran was awarded a first-round knockout (0:15).  

Duran tells Bare Knuckle News Host, Susan Cingari his plan was to stick be...

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The featherweight bout between Louie "El Loco" Lopez of Montana and Howard Davis of Plantation, FL, was called to a stop at the end of round 1 after Davis's right eye was injured. Lopez's hand was also cut, possibly on Davis's tooth. Lopez says, "I really studied him...I utilized my jab...it's about timing, distance and accuracy."

When asked if he wants to call out anyone to fight, Lopez says, "I...

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In the light heavyweight fight at BKFC 34 Hollywood, Jeremy "Pitbull" Smith of South Africa, wins in round 3 by KO with a powerful left hook to Leo Valdivia of Estrella, Nicaragua. In rounds 1 and 2, Smith says he was chasing Valdivia too much and his coach Billy Padden said Smith needed to focus and "cut the ring off." At round 3, his coach said, "make it dirty...make it ugly!" 

Smith says he was surprised ...

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Bare Knuckle News Host, Susan Cingari, catches up with BKFC President, David Feldman, at his 50th show at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. This is the 4th sold-out show for BKFC at Hard Rock!

In this exclusive interview, Feldman tells us what states are coming on board for next year. He also previews the Thailand Card going down December 10, 2022. And, if YOU want to try out, here is your big chance! BKFC tryou...

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In the welterweight division Joshua Famez won by unanimous decision over Glendel "The Berserker" Futrell. Famez, who went up a weight class for the fight, countered and accurately outpunched the Lakeland fighter, Futrell. When asked about his win, Famez says, "When I'm at my best, nobody can touch me. To finish, Famez's coach said, "turn it up in the 5th," and, "said come out like a dog...jab 2 to th...

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In his BKFC debut, the G the Cutman, Guillermo Perez, scored 4 knockdowns over Robert Fuller of Maine in the flyweight division at BKFC 34 Hollywood. Perez, who was raised in the small Florida town of Pahokee, has been boxing since he was 7 years old.

After meeting Nelson Lopez, he went on to have 35 amateur fights, 1 pro boxing fight, and now his long-awaited debut BKFC fight. 

Guillermo tells Bare Knuckle News Host, Susan Cingari...

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Big win for Florida’s Christine Vicens in the women’s flyweight division, (2-0, 1 KO), with a unanimous decision over Jocelyn ‘Lights Out’ Jones-Lybarger, (0-2), of Phoenix, AZ. The busier and more accurate, Vicens proved to be the better boxer, leading all three judges to score their bout 50-45. 

In this post fight interview with Bare Knuckle News Host Susan Cingari, Vicens talks about how important this win was for her over for h...

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The hard-hitting southpaw Mundell closed the distance early against the taller and longer Ricchi, dropping him twice in the first stanza. After an aggressive round two from both fighters, Mundell would score with battering body shots in round three dropping Ricchi twice more, the last being a massive left hand to the head. . He then beat Ricchi down in the third frame, dropping him twice more for a TKO victory at 1:48 of round 3.

 

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Luis “Baboon” Palomino (8-0, 5 KOs) put on a show for the the fans at BKFC 34 Shoaff vs. Palomino.

The Miami-based fighter took on Tom Shoaff (4-4, 2 KOs) and did not disappoint. In between landing big right hands and counters, he showed off his footwork, which is something we haven’t seen much of from him in his previous fights.

Palomino started strong with a knockdown in the first round and another one in the second round that le...

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UK card  and , says it's the 1st time he had "5 fighters out from the stable." Ian says 2 are new fighters, Mathilde and Liam Wilson (married). He says he felt Mathilde won 3 of her 5 rounds and "she won in my eyes," and Liam was "amazing" with his KO body shot. Next, Ian says, "Darren (Hendry) puts everything into it" and "he'll be back." Then he says, "Danny (Christie) is Danny,...

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While not in the fight at BKFC UK Newcastle, Connor Tierney talks with Bare Knuckle News about how he felt watching his friends bouts. He said overall "it was a brilliant fight and the crowd was electric!" Connor said he was more nervous when watching his friends, but he is energized to "go back to the gym." He says, "I want to get back out there!"

Connor goes on to call out Luis "Baboon" Palomino fo...

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Liam Wilson feels good about his KO win over Will Cairns in the super lightweight fight at BKFC UK Newcastle. Wilson says Cairns "caught him early with an overhand," and, he "was seeing stars." But, it made Wilson "fight harder." The cut Wilson suffered "annoyed" him "more than anything," and says it didn't really affect his sight. Wilson says, he had "never done a body shot before,&#...

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Heavyweight Agi Faulkner says he feels good after his win against Daniel Robson in the 1st round of the 1st fight of the night at BKFC UK Newcastle. The stoppage was called after Faulkner's many right uppercuts to Robson. Faulkner said he would have "liked to do more boxing, but got dragged into a bit of a fight with him." Faulkner's game plan was to "catch him with big shots." Faulkner says he like to fight...

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Lee Browne said he "didn't come to Newcastle to play games" when asked about his game plan going into his fight with Billy Hawthorne in the cruiserweight bout at BKFC UK Newcastle. After Browne knocked Hawthorne down 5 times, Browne defeated him with a right hand KO in the 2nd round. Browne said he has respect for Hawthorne and said Hawthorne took the fight only two days before.

Asked what's next for him, Browne wan...

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When asked how he felt about his unanimous decision win against Tom Scott in the super-middleweight bout at BKFC UK Newcastle, John Ferguson said he "can't believe it!" Both fighters had their fans supporting them and the crowd was roaring. Ferguson said Scott has a "precise record" and he thinks Scott is a "better boxer." While he is happy about his win as now he's "got the fire back in his stom...

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