Upcoming BKFC events: BKFC Fight Night Puebla Details Including Fight Card And TV Info

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Get a look at the next event on the BKFC schedule, BKFC Fight Night Puebla, and a rundown of upcoming cards from the world leader in bare-knuckle fighting.

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BKFC tonight: Bare knuckle fighting comes to Mexico

Following a fight night card in Omaha, Nebraska, the promotion takes their bare-knuckle circus south of the border for a Fight Night card in Puebla, Mexico.

The May 25 card will feature 10 bouts and a card mostly filled with Mexican boxing talent. The event will be headlined by a 135-pound scrap that will pit Luis Rey Rey Gallegos versus Rodolfo Rubio.

BKFC Fight Night: Puebla fight card

  • Luis Rey Rey Gallegos vs. Rodolfo Rubio
  • Julian Fernandez vs. Lino Sánchez
  • Román Córdova vs. Donny Matos
  • Luis Castañeda vs. Heriberto Tovar
  • Juan Álvarez vs. Carlos Giner
  • Eduardo Meneses vs. Cesar Vazquez
  • Sergio Perez Jimenez vs. Maria Martinez Vela
  • Alberto Sánchez vs. Roberto Uvando
  • Jose Juan Lopez vs. Juan Campos
  • Marcelo Antonio Perez vs. Nicolás Diaz

How to watch BKFC Fight Night: Puebla on May 25

  • The May 25th event takes place inside the Auditorio Explanada in Puebla, Mexico
  • The card will kick off at 8 PM ET
  • The card can be watched on the BKFC app for a $7.99 monthly fee or $49.99 annually

Upcoming events: BKFC Prospect Series Denver


On the heels of a Fight Night card in Mexico, the promotion is back for a Prospect Series card in Denver, Colorado on June 8.

BKFC Prospect Series: Denver will be a 10-bout card featuring 20 bare-knuckle pugilists looking to work their way up the ranks. The card will be headlined by a cruiserweight clash pitting Keegan Vandermeer against Sawyer Depee.

BKFC Prospect Series: Denver

  • Keegan Vandermeer vs. Sawyer Depee
  • Andrew Strode vs. Dominick Carey
  • Andrew Yates vs. Josh Huber
  • Cassie Robb vs. Cristina Crist
  • Ramiro Figueroa vs. Brett Hudson
  • Dylan Schulte vs. Ruben Arroyo
  • Casey Moses vs. Zeb Vincent
  • Matthew Maestas vs. Jessie Stalder
  • Lumumba Sayers vs. Jeremy Morrison
  • Sergio Lopez vs. Derrick Findley

How to watch BKFC Prospect Series: Denver on May 31

  • The May 31 event takes place inside the National Western Center in Denver Colorado
  • The card will kick off at 9 PM ET
  • The card can be watched on the BKFC app for a $7.99 monthly fee or $49.99 annually

Upcoming events: BKFC Prospect Series Newcastle


BKFC will continue their run of Prospect Series events to open their June schedule when they return to England for a card in Newcastle.

The 12-bout card will take place inside the Walker Activity Dome on June 8 and be headlined by a heavyweight match that will see native son Paul Venis face off with Bulgaria’s Stanoi Tabakov.

BKFC Prospect Series Newcastle

  • Paul Venis vs. Stanoi Tabakov
  • Bart Król vs. Pic Jardine
  • Danny Christie vs. Jimmy Millar
  • John Ferguson vs. Danny Moir
  • Gary Slator vs. Rob Cunningham
  • Jack Culshaw vs. Bartek Kanabey
  • Adam Wilson vs. Bryan Creighton
  • Stevie Taylor vs. Michael Holmes
  • Brad Taylor vs. Dan Mohammed
  • Marcus Grubic vs. Shane Omer
  • Will Rochester vs. Luke Beamish
  • Ryan Sanson vs. Jeremy Waltron

How to watch BKFC Prospect Series Newcastle on June 8

  • This event takes place inside the Walker Activity Dome in Newcastle, England
  • The card will kick off at 2 PM ET
  • The card can be watched on the BKFC app for a $7.99 monthly fee or $49.99 annually

How much does BKFC cost?

There are several ways to catch the latest BKFC event. You can find it on FITE TV as part of the service’s seven-day free trial (link above). You can also view it by purchasing a subscription to the BKFC app, which costs $7.99 a month. Also, you can see the latest event on FUBO TV, which is also currently offering a free trial period.

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Why is bare-knuckle boxing illegal?

Bare-knuckle boxing was outlawed in most states due to its brutality and the growth of traditional boxing with its in-depth guidelines. However, just like MMA and its battle to change perceptions and gain acceptance, bare-knuckle boxing is slowly gaining legalization across the country and is now legal in 25 states.

What is the difference between UFC and BKFC?

There is a big difference between UFC and BKFC. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is a promotion where athletes compete under mixed martial arts rules. So grappling, submissions, kicking, knees, and elbows are allowed.

However, BKFC uses a boxing ruleset but instead of fighters wearing 12 to 18-ounce gloves, they only have hand wraps on their fists.

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What company owns BKFC?

In 2022, music app turned fight company Triller purchased a majority share in the world leader in bare-knuckle boxing. However, in April of 2024, Triller was purchased by Hong Kong financial services company AGBA. Making them the new owners of BKFC.

After earning his journalism degree in 2017, Jason Burgos served as a contributor to several sites, including MMA Sucka... More about Jason Burgos

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