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BKFC 41 Live Stream – How To Watch On FITE TV

Tune in to BKFC 41 this Saturday on FITE TV

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Basketball and hockey playoffs not hard-hitting enough for you? Then you should check out BKFC 41 this Saturday, April 29 at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

You’re not going to want to miss this BKFC 41 stream. It’s easily one of the biggest BKFC events to date.

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.

The best part? You can get this event for only $24.99 when you sign up for FITE TV.


The BKFC 41 card features the debuts of not one but TWO former UFC champs. Former UFC Middleweight Champion Luke Rockhold takes on Mike “Platinum” Perry (2-0), while former UFC Lightweight Champion Eddie Alvarez squares off against Chad “Money” Mendes (1-0).

Championship gold will also be on the line this Saturday, as Christine “Misfit” Ferea defends her flyweight title against Bec “Rowdy” Rawlings. This is shaping up to be the hottest BKFC card to date.

Just look at this faceoff between Luke Rockhold and Mike Perry.

BKFC 41 Fight Card

  • Mike Perry vs. Luke Rockhold
  • Eddie Alvarez vs. Chad “Money” Mendes
  • Bec “Rowdy” Rawlings vs. Christine “Misfit” Ferea
  • Chris Camozzi vs. Dan Spohn
  • Steve Herelius vs. Josh Copeland
  • Brandon Girtz vs. Christian Torres
  • BJ Lawrence vs. Wayna Reid

BKFC 41 Stream – How To Watch

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.

You can get BKFC 41 for $24.99 when you sign up for Fite+ for only $7.99/month (or $69.99/year). In addition to Saturday’s PPV, you’ll have access to unlimited on-demand access to the extensive FITE+ library with over 4,000 hours from more than 200+ organizations from all over the world.