Join us on Bloody Elbow tonight for results and play-by-play (main card) from the third Knucklemania event hosted by the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The main event of the card is champion Lorenzo Hunt vs. interim champion Mike Richman for the BKFC light heavyweight title.
You’ll also recognize a few other names on the bill if you’re an MMA fan. On his BKFC debut, veteran UFC fighter Diego Sanchez will take on former WBA light middleweight boxing champion Austin Trout.
At 9:00 p.m. ET, the main card airs on FITE.tv. FITE has reduced the cost of this event from its regular price of $29.99 to just $9.99.
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Mike Richman vs. Lorenzo Hunt (LHW title)
Hunt makes a bad swing. The following time, he makes a right, though. He checks Richman’s chin in the body shot. Richman uses a powerful left hook and a jab. a right, too!
Both of them are hitting the body and head hard. Richman’s internal body works Right hook with force! with a right to hunt! They exchange! Richman motions for him to continue. Richman puts up a fight with the fence.
Richman knocks Hunt down with a huge left hook! He awakens at eight. Richman is knocked out cold by Hunt’s thunderous right hook when he enters the game. IT WAS CRAZY AS HELL!
Lorenzo Hunt defeated Mike Richman via KO, 1:50 of round 1
Diego Sanchez vs. Austin Trout
With a right hook, Sanchez dives right into. another. Sanchez stumbles but immediately gets up, and they exchange blows. Trout hits the body, and Sanchez strikes back.
Trouts delve inside the body. Added bodywork Strong blows to the ribs Sanchez disapproves of that. Excellent right hook by Trout. Jab. Another. Sanchez misses a few of his attempts. Sanchez is being led down by Trout. Diego takes two jabs and a body shot. Sanchez lands a powerful right hook. Both make left landings. 10-9 Trout.
Fish jabbing. Sanchez enters the game with wide rights that miss. With a body jab, trout. Sanchez delivers an uppercut. Fish restart. He begins pounding the punch.
Trout delivered a right hook over the top. Hard punch. Again. Sanchez misses with his swing. Trout is petting the man. On his nose, Sanchez has a cut. With more muscle, trout. To the body, Sanchez lands. 10-9 Trout.
Sanchez lands a right hook to the body. Hard-lead trout departed and returned. Right hook, short now. Sanchez holding a hook that loops.
Let’s get back to Trout’s shot. Punch the body. Both men appear to be a little less frantic. Just dodging Sanchez’s shots, Trout. 10-9 Trout.
Right hook for trout. Using a body hook, Sanchez. He applies pressure, but Trout counters and knocks him out! Sanchez gets to his feet quickly but is bleeding.
Trout uses his jab to set up powerful strikes. The combos are traded. Trout lowered his hands. One is dug by Sanchez. Trout and Sanchez’s powerful combination backs off. Trout is currently simply playing with him.
Even Trout wants them to check Sanchez’s wound because she is bleeding profusely. the previous red mask.
They’re breaking up the fight despite the cut appearing to be in his hairline. Yeah, and his eyebrow is also split open. In any case, it was rather one-sided.
Diego Sanchez was defeated by Austin Trout in round four at 1:44 via TKO (cut).
John Dodson vs. Jarod Grant
Grant pokes. Dodson throws swift blows. Dodson hits the final left in a combination. From Grant, jabs. Dodson misses on his swing. Grant again jabs.
Dodson applies pressure and scores two left inside shots to knock Grant to the ground. He gets up at nine, but he kneels. and then drops once more. Yikes. Dodson even expresses worry.
Jarod Grant was defeated by John Dodson via KO in round one at 1:41.
Greg Hardy vs. Josh Watson
Hardy is directly attacked by Watson, who doesn’t make much contact. From Hardy, jabs. Left over right. They both make simultaneous left landings.
Both men succeed with their jabs. Hardy kicks Watson onto the ground. Back to the jab, Hardy. Watson’s highest scores were left over.
Hardy is knocked down cold by Watson’s powerful left after he dodges a jab. He stumbles against the ropes, and the referee calls it a knockdown! Watson, 10-8.
Checking Watson’s cut is being done. It appears horrible. But, they are allowing him to go on. I’m taken aback. Hardy is defeated with one counter remaining by Watson.
He is not rising! Watson with the major shocker! He is jubilant while covered in blood.
Greg Hardy was defeated by Josh Watson via KO in round 2 at 19.
Jayme Hinshaw vs. Charisa Sigala
They make a transaction right away. Sigala stabs. Sigala is knocked out cold by Hinshaw’s counter right. She is down after a few shots. Her leg appears to be hurt.
She attempted to stand up but promptly fell back down while pointing to her leg. which appears to be a mess. Yuck. Folks, that’s all.
Charisa Sigala was defeated by Jayme Hinshaw via KO in round 1 at 38.
Will Santiago vs. Noah Cutter
When Santiago approaches, Cutter catches him off guard and fires back. Using a left, Santiago. Cut with a combination. He is being carefully walked down by Santiago.
He turns around and walks away. Excellent counter from Santiago. And yet another left hook. From Cutter, a jab. Left long. Santiago, 10-9.
They are examining a lip wound. And it has ceased. Wow. It didn’t seem all that horrible.
Will Santiago defeated Noah Cutter via TKO (cut), at 2:00 of round 1
Gaston Reyno vs. Daniel Van Sickle
Van Sickle immediately presses but is hit. They become split apart when Reyno spins him around. Punches are thrown as Van Sickle advances. With a left hook from Moreno.
Van Sickle made a nice left-handed reach. Reymo utilizes a combination of Van Sickle’s responses. Van Sickle is thrown to the ground by Reyno after a flawless counter right! He is awake, but his eye is damaged. They’re ignoring it, but that wound hurts.
Daniel Van Sickle was defeated by Gaston Reyno by TKO (cut) at 1:26 in the first round.
Josh Moreno vs. Christian Torres
With a hook, Moreno. both have brief shots. Moreno completes his combination. He scores a couple, closes, and then retreats. From Moreno, a jab Torres continues to lean towards his blows. Straight from Moreno down the pipeline. Torres launches a big shot, but Moreno shoots back. Moreno, 10-9.
Greater presses. His left on the break lands. A right now. The referee wants to examine Torres’ nose cut. On the restart, Moreno fired a shot. When Torres enters, a right uppercut knocks him down! He awakens at eight. Yet, it is ignored since he claims his right eye is blind.
Christian Torres was defeated by Josh Moreno via TKO at 1:02 of round 2.
Chevvy Bridges vs. Kevin Croom
The moment they start arguing, Croom enters. Both men made powerful shots. Bridges now exert some pressure. Croom hits the top with a right. Although a left hook misses, the next 1-2 knocks Bridges out cold! Fake out! Wow.
Chevvy Bridges was defeated by Kevin Croom via KO in round 1 at 1:11.
Gene Perez was defeated by Eric Dodson via KO in round 1 at 1:32.
Lardy Navarro was defeated by Nick Gonzalez in the first round by KO at 1:41.
Anthony Sanchez was defeated by Derek Perez in a unanimous decision (49-45, 49-45, 50-44)
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