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Patrick Brady's BKFC Journey: From Newcomer to Championship Contender

Making his bare knuckle fighting debut at BKFC 61, Patrick “The Brick” Brady delivered a stunning performance that left fans in awe. Facing the seasoned Lewis Rumsey in a heavyweight bout, Brady showcased his power by sending Rumsey to the canvas five times, ultimately securing a second-round TKO victory.

Patrick Brady

The event, held at the renowned Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT, proved to be a memorable one for Brady, who embraced the unique challenge of bare knuckle fighting. “Bare knuckle is different,” the Philadelphia native remarked with a smile.

“It’s not just the techniques that are different; it’s the people involved. The crowd was very engaged, and very into the event. They were there for blood (laughs). It was a really, really, really good experience. The promotion treated me great; I don’t have anything bad to say about the whole experience.”

Looking ahead, Brady expressed his eagerness to continue competing in bare knuckle fighting. “One’s not enough,” he asserted. “I’ll definitely be back.”

However, Brady’s ambitions extend beyond mere participation. Drawing inspiration from new BKFC Boss Conor McGregor, Brady made it clear that he has his sights set on championship glory.

“I’m 100-percent totally capable of winning and defending that belt, absolutely.”

With such determination and skill on display in his debut, Brady has undoubtedly marked himself as a force to be reckoned with in the world of bare knuckle fighting.


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