Ulysses Diaz will square off against Brian Maxwell in a 195-pound BKFC 10 undercard attraction as Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) hits South Florida on Saturday, February 15 live on pay-per-view from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Also competing on the undercard will be Lorenzo Hunt versus Gustavo Trujillo in a 205-pound scrap. Reggie Barnett will return to BKFC action as he faces Matt Murphy in a 145-pound bout. Travis Thompson will also return to BKFC competition against Joshua Boudreaux, and Francesco Ricchi will toe the line with Fred Pierce.
“BKFC 10” will be broadcast across the United States and Canada, exclusively on pay-per-view through MultiVision Media, Inc., on all major television distribution outlets for $29.99. It will also be available to BKFC’s international broadcast partners worldwide and via stream to all in-home and out-of-home connected devices through FITE.
Tickets for “BKFC 10” are on sale now at bareknuckle.tv.
“As usual, this card is stacked from top to bottom,” said BKFC founder and President David Feldman. “We have many potential Fight of the Night candidates. We have some great local fighters from South Florida in the undercard as well. We’re looking forward to giving the fans another great, nonstop, action-packed event.”
BKFC 10 will be headlined by a showdown between Cuban sensation Hector “Showeather” Lombard and hard-hitting David Mundell in an explosive cruiserweight main attraction. The co-main event will feature an all-action 155-pound contest between Jim Alers and Kaleb Harris. Also competing on February 15 will be Luis Palomino facing Elvin Britto in a 155-pound bout, as well as Dat Nguyen squaring off against Abdiel Velazquez in a 135-pound fight.
A native of Cuba who now fights out of Miami, Diaz is a professional boxer with a record of 12-1, 11 of those wins coming by knockout. He’ll make his BKFC debut on February 15. Virginia’s Brian Maxwell is a professional MMA fighter who’ll be looking to capture his first BKFC win.
Fighting out of St. Augustine, Fla., Hunt defeated Reggie Pena at BKFC 8 and he’ll look to continue that bare knuckle success against Trujillo. Trujillo also tasted victory at BKFC 8 by defeating Rob Morrow, and he’ll do everything that he can to emerge victorious against Hunt.
Virginia’s Barnett, who has a 3-1 record in BKFC competition, will be looking to get back to his winning ways against Murphy. Murphy, who fights out of St. Louis, will be making his third appearance in BKFC action.
Thompson, a California native, will also be returning to BKFC action as he takes on Boudreaux out of Biloxi, Miss., and Miami’s Ricchi will be making his BKFC debut against Oklahoma’s Pierce who’ll be competing in his second BKFC contest.