Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship Teams With Sports Flick Global To Bring BKFC To Australia to Present Live and On Demand Action from all BKFC Events for Only $10 a Month
(Exclusively in Australia & New Zealand)

PHILADELPHIA (October 10, 2019) – Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) has teamed up with Sports Flick Global to deliver BKFC action from all of the company’s events to fans in Australia and New Zealand for only $10 AUD per month. is the latest and newest sports streaming service company based in Sydney, Australia. For only $10 AUD a month you can watch all of the BKFC action live or on demand. Sports Flick Global also features numerous other sports, including Rugby League and Australian Rules Football.

“BKFC is very excited to have a streaming partner that has great reach in Australia and New Zealand,” said BKFC founder and president David Feldman. “We look forward to gaining a lot of viewers in that market with Sports Flick Global. The fans there love bare knuckle fighting and now we can deliver them our great fights.”

“It’s great to be able to partner with the leader in the future of combat sports,” said Dylan Azzopardi of Sports Flick Global. “We plan on gaining many new viewers and fans for BKFC. The future promises to be amazing between BKFC and Sports Flick Global.”

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BKFC will debut on the platform on Sunday, October 20 (9 a.m. AEST) with BKFC 8 headlined byformer UFC stars Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva and Gabriel Gonzaga going toe-to-toe in heavyweight action.

The fights continue on Sunday, November 17 (9 a.m. AEST) with BKFC 9 as former UFC standout Artem Lobov and fellow MMA veteran Jason Knight meet in a rematch of their 2019 Fight of the Year candidate.

More BKFC action will be announced in the coming months, with fans in Australia and New Zealand now able to easily access the best that bare knuckle fighting has to offer.

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About Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship

On June 2, 2018, Philadelphia-based Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) made combat sports history when it promoted the first legal, sanctioned and regulated bare knuckle event in the United States since 1889. “BKFC 1: The Beginning” took place in Cheyenne, Wyoming and featured 10 professional bouts, all under the auspices and control of the Wyoming Combative Sports Commission. BKFC uses only established fighters who have previously competed professionally in boxing, MMA, kickboxing and/or Muay Thai. All BKFC bouts are sanctioned and regulated by ABC member athletic commissions. For more information visit