It’s a great time to be a sports fan with so many athletic events happening across the world. But if you’re looking for some hard-hitting action that’s on a different level, look no further than BKFC 20, which is streaming tonight, August 20th from Biloxi, Mississippi.
What’s so exciting about BKFC 20? If you missed BKFC 19, featuring a bout with the rapper Blueface, it’s some of the most intense fighting in the world. It’s the only sanctioned bare-knuckle fighting organization out there.
Tonight’s fight is a rematch between former bantamweight champion Johnny Bedford and Reggie Barnett Jr. And co-featured is former UFC standout, Alan ‘The Talent’ Blecher, in a debut fight against MMA veteran Tony ‘Kryptonite’ Lopez.
How to watch the BKFC 20 live stream
The new way to watch BKFC and the BKFC 20 stream is on BARE KNUCKLE TV — a multi-device subscription-based streaming platform bringing you LIVE Bare Knuckle Fighting and the most complete library of Bare Knuckle Fighting known to man.
BARE KNUCKLE TV is now the only way to watch the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship in the United States. And just for $4.99/month, you can watch the BKFC 20 stream and more BKFC exclusive content. The fight starts tonight at 8 PM ET/ 5 PM PT.
What is Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC)
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. And with each bout having 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. 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.
Bedford and Barnett first met in BKFC 6 with Bedford coming out on top. Tonight’s event however will be for the vacant title, which was stripped from Dat Nguyen after refusing to face Barnett. Bedford will look to reclaim the title, having lost it to Nguyen earlier this year. Another fight to keep your eye on is the heavyweight bout between Quentin ‘The Hero’ Henry and Jason ‘J Hook’em’ Fish.
BKFC 20 Fight Card
- Johnny Bedford vs. Reggie Barnett – Vacant BKFC Bantamweight World Title
- Alan Blecher vs. Tony Lopez
- Quentin Henry vs. Jason Fish
- Dillon Cleckler vs. Justin Thorton
- Bobo O’Bannon vs. Lewis Rumsey
- Harris Stephenson vs. Melvin Guillard
- Elvin Brito vs. Julio Garcia
- Kaleb Harris vs. Derrick Findley
- Scott O’Shaughnessy vs. David Simpson
- Adam Pellarano vs. John Chalbeck
- Ryan Jones vs. Kaine Tomlinson
- Bobby Taylor vs. Ronnie Rogers
How Much Does BKFC 20 Cost?
With the live stream only available on BARE KNUCKLE TV, there’s nowhere else to catch the hard-hitting, intense action.
The sports calendar is filling up, so you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss the last, wildest event of the summer, BKFC 20, which delivers the hardest hitting action. So make sure you subscribe to BARE KNUCKLE TV and get the BKFC 20 live stream up now.
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