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3 Reasons You Need To Stream BKFC 44 On Friday

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If you aren’t watching the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship yet then I don’t really know what you’re doing.

BKFC is regularly putting on exciting fights between talented combatants and has put together a strong roster of bare knuckle fighters.

This week, they’ll be putting on another card that will showcase the talent they have to offer for fight fans.


Here are 3 reasons you should be streaming BKFC 44 on Friday:

There’s a BKFC Title on the line

Bare knuckle fighting fans couldn’t ask for much more out of a main event than what they’re getting at BKFC 44.

The main event will see Kai Stewart take on Louie Lopez for the organization’s 145-pound title.

Stewart is currently undefeated in BKFC, racking up a 3-0 record in the organization with a pair of 1st round finishes.

Lopez is 3-1 with all 3 of his wins having come by stoppage and 2 of his own coming in round 1.

These two should deliver absolute fireworks as they battle it out for the BKFC title.

A battle of rising prospects

A couple of fights before the main event, there is a battle of rising prospects who could potentially challenge for a title one day themselves.

Rising prospects Billy Wagner and Bryce Henry will go head to head in the 165 pound division.

Wagner has worked his way to a 3-0 record in BKFC, winning all 3 fights inside the distance and has put together a 6-3 record as a pro boxer.

Henry isn’t quite as experienced in bare knuckle boxing as he just debuted for BKFC back in February with a 4th round finish.

However, he has put together a 6-0 boxing record in just a few years in the sport.

Whoever wins this fight would have a strong case for a spot in the top 5 in the division and could find themself on their way to a matchup with division champ Luis Palomino.

An intriguing co-main event

The BKFC 44 co-main event pits two fighters in very different places in their combat sports careers against each other for a middleweight bout.

Lloyd Mix has been in the combat sports game for quite some time. He had a 22-fight MMA career and even holds a win over former Bellator Lightweight Champion Patricky Freire. Now he has transitioned to bare knuckle and needed just 14 seconds to win his debut.

Dallas Davison is still in the very early stages of his combat sports career. He has just 3 professional fights on his record, but has won 2 of them with both wins coming by stoppage.

If Mix wins, he’ll show that his quick KO was just a sample of what’s to come in his bareknuckle career.

A Davison win would help him continue working his way up the ladder early in his combat sports career.

Either way, it will be interesting to see where both fighters are in their respective careers.