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BKFC returns with a heavyweight title fight and the debuts of Nico Hernandez and David Rickels.

Results

  • Joey Beltran KO-4 Marcel Stamps (1:55) [Recap]
  • Nico Hernandez RTD-4 Chancey Wilson (3:00) [Recap]
  • Dave Rickels UD-5 Clifford Wright (50-45, 50-45, 50-43) [Recap]
  • Bill Dieckhoff KO-1 Austin Levine (1:54) [Recap]
  • Isaac Doolittle MD-5 Brandon Johnson (47-47, 48-46, 48-46) [Recap]
  • Antonio Hernandez UD-5 Jack Freriks (48-47, 49-46, 49-46) [Recap]
  • LJ Hermreck KO-1 Rowdy Akers (0:51) [Recap]
  • Fred Pierce KO-1 Jon Hollis (1:54) [Recap]
  • Kendrick Latchman TKO-2 Miles McDonald (1:41) [Recap]

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship is back tonight at 8 pm ET with BKFC 13, which will stream live on BKTV from Salina, Kansas.

The main event will be a BKFC heavyweight championship fight between Joey Beltran and Marcel Stamps, while the co-feature will see former U.S. Olympian boxer Nico Hernandez make his bare knuckle debut against Chancey Wilson. The 24-year-old Hernandez is 7-0 (4 KO) in pro boxing since making his debut in 2017, but hasn’t fought since Feb. 2019, and has actually never fought outside of his home state of Kansas, so as you can imagine he hasn’t made much of a dent on the pro boxing game yet.

The show will also feature MMA veteran Dave Rickels, who makes his own BKFC debut in a light heavyweight bout against Cliff Wright, plus much more.

Join us tonight for some BARE KNUCKLE ACTION, woo, yeah!

Full Card (BKTV, 8:00 pm ET)

  • Joey Beltran vs Marcel Stamps, heavyweights, 5 rounds
  • Nico Hernandez vs Chancey Wilson, junior bantamweights, 5 rounds
  • Dave Rickels vs Cliff Wright, light heavyweights, 5 rounds
  • Austin Levine vs Bill Dieckhoff, heavyweights, 5 rounds
  • Isaac Doolittle vs Brandon Johnson, light heavyweights, 5 rounds
  • Jack Freriks vs Antonio Hernandez, light heavyweights, 5 rounds
  • LJ Hermreck vs Rowdy Akers, welterweights, 5 rounds
  • Jon Hollis vs Fred Pierce, super middleweights, 5 rounds
  • Miles McDonald vs Kendrick Latchman, featherweights, 5 rounds