BKFC-34 fight card and start times; two titles on the line on Dec. 3

BKFC-34 fight card and start times; two titles on the line on Dec. 3

Philadelphia, PA: Bare-Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC), The World Fastest Growing Combat Sports Promotion, will celebrate its 50th Overall Event this Saturday night, December 3 at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL.

Headlining BKFC-34the massive 14-fight card, is the BKFC Lightweight World Championship between Champion Luis ‘Baboon’ Palomino, (7-0), of Miami FL, and Top Challenger Tom ‘A Gentleman of Violence’ Shoaff, (4-3, 2 KOs), of Chicago, IL.

Co-featured at BKFC-34, #1 Ranked and Interim Title Holder, Francisco Ricchi, (5-0), of Fort Lauderdale, FL, and David ‘Redneck’ Mundell, (5-1), of Dunedin, FL will battle for the vacant BKFC Middleweight World Title.

The remaining tickets for BKFC-34, starting at $55 can be purchased at www.BareKnuckle.TV . Hard Rock Live is located inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, CA 33314. Doors will open on the night of the event at 6:00 p.m. ET. For more information visit their website at www.SeminoleHardRockHollywood.com. BKFC-34 will also be broadcast internationally as part of the BKFC+ Subscription for $4.99 per month on the New BKFC App.

“When we started in June 2018 with our first event it was tough to envision getting to number 50,” said David Feldman, President of BKFC. “However, with the enormous growth we’ve had in the United States and internationally in the last two years the doors are wide open for BKFC to promote bigger events in more states and countries than we could have imagined.”

“It’s fitting that we celebrate number 50 at the Hard Rock Live where we’ve had so much success with three previous sellouts. The fans all over the world have made BKFC the fastest-growing combat sports promotion and Saturday night is going to be another outstanding event.”

Co-featured at BKFC-34, #1 Ranked and Interim Title Holder, Francisco Ricchi, (5-0), of Fort Lauderdale, FL, and David ‘Redneck’ Mundell, (5-1), of Dunedin, FL will battle for the vacant BKFC Middleweight World Title.

Middleweights will see action on the undercard with ‘Blake ‘BAD’ Davis, (1-0, 1 KO), of Davie, FL facing Will ‘The 208 Underdog” Dunkle, (0-1), of Idaho. Sporting a professional boxing record of 9-0, David impressed in his BKFC debut on June 24, 2022, with a first-round stoppage of Cody Beierle.

Fighting in the featherweight division, fan-favorite Howard Davis, (2-0-1,) of Plantation, FL returns to the squared circle against Montana’s Louie ‘El Loco’ Lopez, (1-1, 1 KO). Davis looks to re-enter the win column following a majority draw with Jimmie Rivera at BKFC-26. Lopez seeks to continue his winning ways after a fourth-round knockout of Dylan Schulte on September 10, 2022.

Cruiserweight Chris ‘Golden Gloves’ Sarro, (2-3, 2 KOs), of Ellsworth, ME clashes with Stephen ‘Tomahawk’ Townsel, (2-2, 2 KOs) of Fort Pierce, FL. Sarro looks to start a new winning streak after a hard-fought battle with world title challenger Quentin Henry. Townsel impressed in his most recent start, a fourth-round knockout of Idrees Wasi at BKFC-26.

Also fighting in the featherweight division, Freddy Masado, (1-0), of Miami, FL clashes with Shawn Moffett, (1-1, 1 KO), of Kansas. Masabo made his victorious BKFC debut on June 24, 2022, with a second-round knockout of Will Shutt. Moffett looks for a return to the winning ledger after a hotly contested loss to Tony Soto at BKFC-23.

In the lightweight division, Florida’s Bryan ‘El Gallo’ Duran, (2-0, 2 KOs), faces BKFC debuting Kobe Brown, of Bridgetown, Barbados. The hard-hitting Duran has scored two early knockouts; a first-rounder over Braeden Tovey on June 24, 2022, and a second-round stoppage of Glendel Futrell on April 21, 2022. Brown holds a record of 1-1 with one knockout in regional bare-knuckle events.

Fighting in the light heavyweight division, Jeremy ‘Pitbull’ Smith,(2-0, 1 KO), of Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa battles BKFC debuting Leo Valdivia of Estrella, Nicaragua. Smith has looked imposing in his first two BKFC fights; a third-round knockout of Davian Green on April 21, 2022, and a dominant decision over Donald Sanchez on August 27, 2022.

Jake ‘The Goon’ Young, (0-1), of Wyoming, battles BKFC debuting Rene ‘White Boy’ Rodriguez, of Tampa, FL in a welterweight fight. Rodriguez has compiled a record of 2-2 in regional bare-knuckle contests.

In the women’s flyweight division, Florida’s Christine Vicens, (1-0, 1 KO), faces off against Jocelyn ‘Lights Out’ Jones-Lybarger, (0-1), of Phoenix, AZ.

Flyweights will make their BKFC debuts with Florida’s Guillermo Perez clashing with John ‘NiteMare’ Parker of Maine.

Headlining the prelims in the flyweight division and making their BKFC debuts, Florida Matt ‘Rambo’ Russo faces Matt Lowry, also of Florida.

Welterweight will see action in the prelims with Joshuah ‘Famez’, Alvarez, (1-3), of Miami, FL hitting the squared circle against Glendel ‘The Berserker’ Futrell, (0-1), of Lakeland, Fl.

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