Lorenzo Hunt Suffers Horrific Elbow Injury in Opening Round Against Mick Terrill – BKFC KnuckleMania IV Results (Highlights)

Hunt dislocated his elbow with only 12 seconds left in the first round after eating a vicious uppercut from Terrill

Lorenzo Hunt
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No. 1 ranked bare-knuckle boxer Lorenzo Hunt returned to the squared circle on Saturday night looking to make history at BKFC KnuckleMania IV. 

Already carrying both the BKFC cruiserweight and light heavyweight titles, ‘The Juggernaut’ toed the line with reigning heavyweight champion Mick Terrill in a bid to become the promotion’s first-ever simultaneous three-division titleholder. 

Round 1

Hunt came out immediately aggressive, lunging in with a combination, but momentarily slipped on the canvas. Hunt attempts to explode again, but this time Terrill partially lands an uppercut as Hunt moves in. Terrill closes the distance and lands a couple more uppercuts in close before separating. Duffee again moves in and throws another uppercut that sends Hunt crashing to the canvas. 

On his way down, Hunt attempted to post on his left arm, dislocating his elbow in the process. The bout was immediately waved off with only seconds remaining in the opening round. 

Official Result: Mick Terrill def. Lorenzo Hunt via TKO (injury – dislocated elbow) at 1:48 of Round 1. 

Check Out Highlights From Lorenzo Hunt vs. Mick Terrill at BKFC KnuckleMania IV: 

Published on April 28, 2024 at 12:48 am
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