BKFC Newcastle: Terrill vs Banks how to watch, live stream free, date, start time, fight card and more

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BKFC Newcastle: Terrill vs Banks returns to the United Kingdom on Saturday, November 26, at the Walker Activity Dome in Newcastle upon Tyne. The fight card includes a series of bare knuckle boxing contests, including some of the most notable local and international competitors.

In the main event, British heavyweight Mick Terrill returns to the ring after defeating unbeaten American Steven Banks at BKFC 27 in London. Anthony Holmes will face Darren Hendry, Danny Christie will face Jamie Jones, Chris Fishgold will face Liam Wilson, and Tom Scott will face John Ferguson. Also on the bill are Steve Ibbotson vs. Lee Browne and David Round vs. Nathan Owens.

The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) returns to the United Kingdom for the second time this weekend with a fight night in Newcastle. The event followed BKFC 27 in London, where former UFC fighter Mike Perry headlined in a six-round fight. Perry was awarded a decision victory after a great battle with Bellator MMA fighter Mike Page at Wembley Arena.

Who will be on the bill when bare-knuckle fighting returns to the United Kingdom? Here are the specifics and how to watch and get tickets.

In addition, Mathilda Wilson will compete against Melanie Shah, Agi Faulkner will compete against Dan Robson, and Fergal Allonby will compete against Wain Morgan. The complete lineup is listed below.

How to Watch BKFC Newcastle Terrill vs. Banks and Start Time:

Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and websites:

Fans of bare knuckle boxing can watch BKFC Newcastle: Terrill vs Banks live on FITE. Saturday, November 26th is the date. The start time is set for 8 p.m. GMT in the United Kingdom, which corresponds to 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT in the United States.

BKFC Newcastle: Terrill against Banks will be broadcast live in Australia on Sunday, November 27. The start time is set at 7 a.m. AEDT.

The free live stream of the BKFC Newcastle preliminary card begins an hour before the main card.

All the action from the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship can be found on the promotion’s website and through its newly created app.

The preliminary rounds at BKFC Newcastle are free to watch, plus there is a wealth of other content available on the app, such as press conferences, interviews, and features.
The event will be aired globally as part of the $4.99 per month BKFC+ subscription.

There is a $9.99 setup cost, and annual subscriptions are $49.99. For more information, go to BKTV.

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Where BKFC Newcastle:

The event will take place in the Walker Activity Dome on Newcastle’s east side, which has previously held wrestling tournaments.

“As soon as we got home from BKFC London, our office phones went up with fans asking when we’d be back in the UK,” says BKFC CEO David Feldman.

“Our crew is really delighted to bring this great bill to Newcastle on Saturday night; the excitement in the arena will be off the charts.”

How to Purchase BKFC Newcastle Tickets:

Tickets for the action range from £43.71 to £70.66 and are available from Eventbrite. VIP balcony tickets are no longer available.

BKFC Newcastle Complete Fight Card:

The main event is a heavyweight battle between local fighter Mick Terrill, who has won five of his six fights.

Terrill, from North Shields, will face Steve ‘Panda’ Banks, a Thailand-based fighter with a perfect 3-0 record.

The bill also includes a middleweight fight between MMA UK foes Darren Hendry and Anthony Holmes. Here’s the complete lineup.

  • Mick Perrill vs. Steve Banks (Heavyweight)
  • Anthony Holmes vs. Darren Hendry (Middleweight)
  • Danny Christie vs. Darren Godfrey (Light heavyweight)
  • Will Cairns vs. Liam Wilson (Welterweight)
  • Tom Scott vs. John Ferguson (Light heavyweight)
  • Lee Browne vs. Jay Kerr (Heavyweight)
  • Mathilda Wilson vs. Melanie Shah (Flyweight)
  • Agi Faulkner vs. Daniel Robson (Heavyweight)
  • Fergal Allonby vs. Wain Morgan (Heavyweight)
  • Nathan Owens vs. David Round (Light heavyweight)
  • Lewis Keen vs. Lewy Sherriff (Lightweight)
  • Matt Shippen vs. Rob Cunningham (Heavyweight)

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