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Bare Knuckle FC 2 Complete Guide! How To Watch, Who Is Fighting & More!

The second Bare Knuckle FC event will unfold later this evening (Sat., Aug. 25, 2018) live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Remember, Bare Knuckle FC made its inaugural debut this past June in what was the first sanctioned bare knuckle fight in the United States since 1889. It was a smashing success, both in action and on paper, and the newly-minted combat promotion is rolling it back for another bloody event this evening as they go up against UFC Fight Night 135 on FOX Sports 1.

In effort to prepare fight fans for the impending chaos, we’ve compiled all the necessary information for Bare Knuckle FC 2, including how to watch the action from the comfort of your own home, who is fighting on the card, and all the intangibles that go into a bare-knuckle beatdown.

Enjoy!

Who Is Fighting?

Former UFC women’s flyweight/strawweight contender Bec Rawlings is back in the driver’s seat tonight as she takes on Britain Hart for the inaugural Bare Knuckle FC diamond belt. Rawlings, who parted ways with UFC last year following a four-fight losing streak, defeated Alma Garcia via TKO this past June in her Bare Knuckle FC debut. Rawlings will try to live up to her “Queen of Bare Knuckle” moniker and take out Hart, a 28-year-old professional boxer, this evening on PPV.

In addition to the women’s main event, former UFC veteran Chris Lytle will come out of retirement to take on MMA journeyman Drew Lipton, “Krazy Horse” Charles Bennett will lock horns with 24-year-old lightweight prospect Michael McDonald, and UFC veteran Kendall Grove will make his bare knuckle debut against Bruce Abramski.

The complete fight card is as follows:

Bec Rawlings vs. Britain Hart
Sam Shewmaker vs. Maurice Jackson
Arnold Adams vs. Joey Beltran
Kendall Grove vs. Bruce Abramski
Drew Lipton vs. Chris Lytle
Michael McDonald vs. Charles Bennett
Tony Lopez vs. Jimmy Jennett
Robert Morrow vs. Michael Bissett
Jamie Campbell vs. Dale Sopi
Reggie Barnatt vs. James Clayton Burns
Diego Garijo vs. Tom Shoaff
Harris Stephenson vs. Jorge Gonzalez
Christine Ferea vs. Maria Andraverde
Michael Bissett vs. Robert Morrow
Marcel Stamps vs. Brandon Martin

How to watch PPV

When: Saturday, August 25, 2018, starting at 8:00 p.m. ET

Price: $ 29.99

TV Options:

  • AT&T DirecTV – Click HERE to order
  • DISH Network – Click HERE to order
  • Verizon FIOS – Click HERE to order
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Streaming Options:

  • Apple TV
  • Chromecast
  • Playstation
  • XBOX
  • IPhone
  • Android
  • ROKU
  • SMART TV
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On-The-Go Options:

  • Click HERE for complete bar/restaurant/casino viewing information

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Guess they call him “Killer” for a reason.
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Luiz Gustavo Felix dos Santos KOs Yusuke Yachi in Rizin Fighting Federation 12 Main Event

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Luiz Gustavo Felix dos Santos KOs Yusuke Yachi in Rizin Fighting Federation 12 Main Event

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TUF 27 Finale Start Time, Schedule, Who Is Fighting Tonight!

International Fight Week continues to roll right along as Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brings us The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 27 Finale mixed martial arts (MMA) event later tonight on FOX Sports 1, featuring a hard-hitting main event along with a pair of glass trophies in the featherweight and lightweight divisions.

And we’re here to make sure you know just how to watch it in this convenient TUF 27 Finale cheat sheet.

What UFC event is on tonight? TUF 27 Finale: “Tavares vs. Adesanya”
Who is fighting tonight at TUF 27 Finale? Middleweights Brad Tavares and Israel Adesanya top the FS1 main card, shortly after Joe Giannetti vs. Mike Trizano (lightweight) and Brad Katona vs. Jay Cucciniello (featherweight) collide for their respective glass trophies.
When does TUF 27 Finale start? Today (Fri., July 6, 2018), beginning at 7 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass.
Where will TUF 27 Finale take place? “The Pearl” at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada
How can I watch TUF 27 Finale? UFC Fight Pass “Prelims” start time at 7 p.m. ET. Then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.
Where can I get TUF 27 Finale updates and results? Get complete play-by-play updates and live coverage here!

Tavares (17-4) and Adesanya (13-0) are battling for a coveted spot in the division top 10. Gianetti (6-0) defeated John Gunther and Allan Zuniga to reach the lightweight finale, while Trizano (6-0) topped Thailand Clark and the returning John Gunther to earn his place. As for Brad Katona (6-0), he turned away Kyler Phillips and Bryce Mitchell to reach the featherweight finale. Cucciniello (8-0) lost to Bryce Mitchell, but got called back and upset Tyler Diamond to make it to tonight’s show.

Here’s the complete TUF 27 Finale fight card:

FOX Sports 1 Main Event:

185 lbs.: Brad Tavares vs. Israel Adesanya

FOX Sports 1 Main Card (10 p.m. ET):

155 lbs.: Joe Giannetti vs. Mike Trizano (TUF 27 lightweight tournament final)

145 lbs.: Brad Katona vs. Jay Cucciniello (TUF 27 featherweight tournament final)

145 lbs.: Alex Caceres vs. Martin Bravo

125 lbs.: Roxanne Modafferi vs. Barb Honchak

185 lbs.: Alessio Di Chirico vs. Julian Marquez

FOX Sports 1 Prelims (8 p.m. ET):

125 lbs.: Montana De La Rosa vs. Rachael Ostovich

155 lbs.: Luis Pena vs. Richie Smullen

145 lbs.: John Gunther vs. Allan Zuniga

UFC Fight Pass Prelims (7 p.m. ET):

145 lbs.: Matt Bessette vs. Steven Peterson

185 lbs.: Gerald Meerschaert vs. Oskar Piechota

For much more on this season of TUF click here. Enjoy the show!

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