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Britain Hart: Bare-Knuckle Queen Retains Title in Tooth-Shattering Victory



In the unforgiving world of bare-knuckle fighting, there's a reigning queen, and her name is Britain Hart. On a thrilling Friday evening at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, Virginia, Hart proved once again why she's the gold standard in the sport, successfully defending her strawweight title with a resounding unanimous decision over challenger Melanie Shah in the main event of BKFC 51.


Shah, with only two previous fights in BKFC under her belt before earning this title shot, stepped into the ring with unyielding determination. Throughout the bout, she displayed remarkable grit, refusing to back down even when facing the relentless fury of the champion. Yet, it was in the final round that the fight reached its zenith, as Britain Hart unleashed a relentless barrage of punches upon her already battered opponent, with such ferocity that it sent one of Shah's teeth soaring through the air.


Despite the shocking loss of a tooth, Melanie Shah's indomitable spirit saw her through the harrowing onslaught. However, when the judges' scorecards were revealed, it was clear that Hart's dominance had left an indelible mark on the fight. Shah, commendable in her resilience, had lost every round on the scorecards.


This victory marked Britain Hart's second successful title defense, and it's only the beginning of a busy fall for the champion. Already booked for another battle, she's set to face Po Denman on November 4 at BKFC Thailand 5, promising fans another electrifying showdown.


Britain Hart's reign as the Bare-Knuckle Queen remains unchallenged, and her journey in the ring continues to captivate fans, one tooth-shattering punch at a time.

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