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Bare Knuckle Brawls Erupt in Mexico: BKFC Fight Night Delivers Knockouts and Drama

The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) stormed back into Mexico on Saturday night, electrifying a sold-out crowd at the Auditorio Explanada in Puebla. The event, streamed live worldwide on The BKFC App, was a night of raw power and thrilling finishes.


Main Event Mayhem:

Mexico City's Rodolfo Rubio delivered a dominant performance in the bantamweight main event, knocking out Monterrey's Luis Rey Gallegos three times within the first round. The fight ended with a spectacular KO at the 1:35 mark.

Co-Main Event TKO:

Tijuana's Julian Fernandez emerged victorious in the cruiserweight co-main event. His opponent, Juarez's Lino Sanchez, was forced to retire due to an eye injury sustained in the first round, resulting in a doctor's stoppage TKO win for Fernandez.

Knockouts, Decisions, and Draws:

The night was packed with action across the card. Brazilian Donny Matos secured a unanimous decision victory over Mexico City's Roman Cordova in a featherweight clash. In the middleweight division, Luis Castaneda dominated with a unanimous decision win against Rudo Tovar after two knockdowns in the fourth round. Debutants Carlos Giner and Juan Alvarez thrilled the crowd with a swift lightweight encounter, with Giner securing a first-round KO within 32 seconds.

The action continued on the main card with a second-round TKO victory for Cesar Vazquez against Eduardo Meneses in their bantamweight matchup. The middleweight fight between Puebla's Mario Martinez and Guadalajara's Sergio Perez ended in a majority draw, with Martinez landing the fight's lone knockdown in the first round.

Plenty of drama unfolded in the remaining bouts. Puebla's Roberto Sinko battled back from a fourth-round knockdown to win a split decision over Beto Saniba in a lightweight contest. The bantamweight clash between debutants Juan Campos and Jose Lopez ended in a split draw, while Nicolas Diaz secured a unanimous decision victory over Marcelo Antonio Perez in the flyweight opener.

BKFC's Mexican Return a Success:

BKFC Fight Night Mexico proved to be a night of excitement and raw fighting spirit. With knockouts, stoppages, and close decisions, the event solidified BKFC's growing presence in the combat sports landscape.


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