Hot: Bare Knuckle FC Results – Bec Rawlings And Joey Beltran Won The Gladiator Show!

The last night (Sat., June 2, 2018) we had a tremendous action at Bare Knuckle FC live on pay-per-view (PPV) in Cheyenne, Wyoming. You could look the real gladiators inside of… well, you can call it mini-octagon.

There was an 18-seconds KO, and we have also had five rounds of pure war. You can basically see everything – a flurry of overhands, uppercuts, bloody faces, combos, and breathtaking hooks! But before you start, how much blood and pain can you really handle?

The former boxer Sam Shoemaker finished the former Bellator MMA competitor Eric Prindle in a spectacular way via weaving overhand right after only 18 seconds in the match. This is the real deal when it comes to bare-knuckle boxing – in the style of a real Irishman!

Bobby Gun is the legend of this sport. He has improved his score to 72-0, winning Irineu Beato Costa Jr. Gunn attacked him with a body shot and sent him to the ground immediately. Judge on your own whether it looked fake or not.

A former UFC star Bec Rawlings won in the co-main event of the evening. She defeated Alma Garcia via the doctor stoppage at the end of the second round.

The best fight of the evening is seen between Joey Beltran, UFC fighter, and an MMA veteran with 90 fights under his belt, Tony Lopez. Beltran was more successful than Lopez during almost every exchange but Lopez didn’t even think of giving up in the fourth or fifth round. Despite Lopez was covered in blood, he fought like a real lion! Beltran won the fight.

And here comes funny stuff!

Looks great, right? We hope this won’t be the only time you see Bare Knuckle FC. Every fighter left his heart in the ring. Bare Knuckle FC should be returning this September. Check more results here.

Published on June 3, 2018 at 12:00 am
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