BKFC 30 Monroe: Hunt vs. Henry How to watch live, fight card, preview

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The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship returns to Monroe, Louisiana, on October 1 for BKFC 30, featuring a main event between Lorenzo Hunt and Quentin Henry for the vacant Cruiserweight title, and former UFC star Ben Rothwell making his BKFC debut in the co-feature.

Lorenzo “The Juggernaut” Hunt (8-1, 7 KOs) is the current BKFC light heavyweight champion, and he will fight for the vacant cruiserweight championship against Louisiana’s own Quentin “The Hero” Henry (5-1, 4 KOs).

Hunt believes he is already the legal owner of the cruiserweight belt after defeating former champion Hector Lombard, but Henry refuses to lose in front of his hometown fans and is ready to capture the title on Saturday night.

Former UFC heavyweight contender “Big” Ben Rothwell will make his much-anticipated BKFC debut against the seasoned Bobo O’Bannon in the co-main event.

Former UFC fighters including as Mike Perry, Paige VanZant, Joe Riggs, Chris Leben, Hector Lombard, Rachael Ostovich, Bec Rawlings, and others have done incredibly well in the BKFC and have successfully crossed over.

Rothwell will be an excellent addition to the heavyweight class, demonstrating how popular the sport has become with former UFC fighters and competitors from other combative arts willing to join the company.

Leave football alone. Leave baseball alone. Forget about your usual athletic events. If you’re looking for something with more punch, go no further than the BKFC 30 webcast, which will be live on Saturday, October 1 from Monroe, Louisiana.

What’s the big deal about BKFC? It is the only sanctioned bare-knuckle fighting organization in the world, and its roster includes some of the biggest names in combat sports.

The current BKFC light heavyweight champion Lorenzo “The Juggernaut” Hunt (7-1-0) will face Quentin “The Hero” Henry (5-1-0) for the vacant cruiserweight belt on this BKFC 30 stream program. The action continues in the co-main event with a heavyweight brawl between former UFC star Ben Rothwell and “The Bible Belt Brawler” Bobo O’Bannon (3-3-0).

BKFC 30 Monroe: Hunt vs. Henry – How to Watch:

The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) is the first officially sanctioned and controlled bare knuckle event in the United States since 1889, thus it’s as brutal as it gets. Fights are held in a novel circular four-rope ring, which is intentionally constructed for fast-paced and entertaining fights, with the goal of preserving the legacy of bare-knuckle combat. Furthermore, because each battle begins with fighters “Toeing the Line” — that is, starting every round face-to-face and just inches apart — the intensity is as high as it goes.

BKFC fighters are seasoned professionals from sports such as boxing, MMA, kickboxing, and Muay Thai, and they are the only athletes who can compete. Furthermore, each contestant is only allowed to wrap their hands within one inch of the knuckle, resulting in fights that are as close to bare-knuckle as it gets.

There’s no doubting that this is as raw as it gets, with warriors slugging it out as if it were a street brawl.

Where can I watch BKFC 30 online? For $4.99 per month, you can stream every single BKFC event on Bareknuckle TV, the official BKFC app.

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What is the price of BKFC 30 Monroe: Hunt vs. Henry?

$4.99 per month or $49.99 per year There’s nowhere else to watch the action because the live broadcast is only accessible on BARE KNUCKLE TV.

The sports calendar is filling up, so don’t miss out on one of the best fight nights of the season. So, subscribe to BARE KNUCKLE TV and watch the BKFC 30 live stream right now.

BKFC 30 Monroe: Hunt vs. Henry Fight Cards:

  • Lorenzo Hunt vs. Quentin Henry
  • Ben Rothwell vs. Bobo O’Bannon
  • Brandon Shavers vs. Aaron Sutterfield
  • Dennis Labruzza vs. Duke Sensley
  • Tony Jenkins vs. Ravon Baxter
  • Harris Stephenson vs. Kaleb Harris
  • Juan Torres vs. Zach Calmus

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