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3 Reasons You Need To Get Tickets To BKFC KnuckleMania IV On Apr. 27 In Los Angeles

BKFC KnuckleMania IV


BKFC KnuckleMania IV is on Saturday, April 27 live from the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, the promotion’s first event in the state of California. It’s sure to be an action-packed night of fights, and there are still tickets available for you to see it in person!


What’s so exciting about BKFC? It’s the only sanctioned bare-knuckle fighting organization out there, featuring some of the biggest names in combat sports.

Not sure you should get tickets? Here are three reasons why you can’t miss this event in person:

1. California knows how to party

This past December, the California State Athletic Commission approved bare-knuckle fighting in the state. Naturally, BKFC president David Feldman immediately announced that KnuckleMania IV would take place in the Golden State. SoCal sun, celebrity sightings, and that one burger chain that no one can shut up about; I can’t think of a better reason to book a trip to LA.

2. Mike Perry vs. Thiago Alves

“The King of Violence” Mike Perry (4-0-0) looks to keep his undefeated streak going against former BKFC middleweight champion Thiago Alves (2-0-0). Based on Mario Lopez’s reaction in the back, it’s safe to say these two are poised for an epic fight with serious future championship implications:

3. Lorenzo Hunt vs. Mick Terrill

You’d think that the light heavyweight and cruiserweight belts would be enough for “The Juggernaut,” but Hunt (11-1-0) is looking to add a third belt to his name when he moves up weight classes to take on BKFC heavyweight champ Mick Terrill (9-1-0), who won the vacant title last December with an impressive Knockout of the Night against Arnold Adams at BKFC 56.


Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) is the first legally sanctioned and regulated bare knuckle event in the U.S. since 1889, so, yeah, it’s as no-holds-barred as it gets. Dedicated to preserving the legacy of bare-knuckle fighting, bouts are held in a revolutionary circular four-rope ring, which is purposely designed for fast-paced and exciting fights. Moreover, each bout begins as fighters “Toe the Line” — which means starting every round face-to-face and just inches apart — the intensity is as high tense as it gets.

Fighters in BKFC are established pros from sports like boxing, MMA, kickboxing, and Muay Thai, and are the only athletes able to compete. Additionally, each competitor is only allowed to wrap their hands within one inch of the knuckle, so fights are as bare-knuckle as it gets.

There’s no denying this is as pure as it gets, with fighters scrapping it out as if they were in a street fight.


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Tom Conroy is a journalist-turned-copywriter for BroBible. He is an NYC native, Marquette University alum, and current resident of Milwaukee, which means he spends a great deal of time screaming about the Yankees between bites of cheese curds and sips of Spotted Cow.