BKFC 45 will see Luis Palomino, the greatest BKFC Champion, return to action for the first time in 2023 to defend his lightweight title. How can you watch BKFC 45 event? Find out below along with details on fight card, start time and main event preview.
When is BKFC 45?
BKFC 45: Palomino vs Lilley event is set to take place on June 23, 2023. The main card of BKFC 45 is set to air from 8 PM ET. Prelims card starts at 7 PM ET. The event will air from Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, FL.
It's Fight Week! BKFC 45 is coming to you live on Fri. June 23rd at 8PM EST (7PM preview party) on Youtube, BKFC+ App & Rumble!— Bare Knuckle FC (@bareknucklefc) June 20, 2023
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How to Watch
BKFC is available to watch on BKFC+ app and Fite TV app. Both apps cost you $7.99 per month. However, Fite TV’s Fite Plus provides you access to lots of other combat sports events from boxing, kickboxing, MMA and pro-wrestling. Check the below link to subscribe to Fite+ and enjoy 7 days free trial.
The event will also be available on BKFC’s Youtube Channel and Rumble in selected countries. However, these two options will provide you this event on PPV basis for $9.99.
- Luis Palomino(c) vs James Lilley – BKFC Lightweight Championship bout
- Jake Bostwick vs Erick Lozano – Light Heavyweight bout
- Howard Davis vs Eduardo Peralta – Lightweight bout
- Bryan Duran vs Gilberto Aguilar – Featherweight bout
- Rene Rodriguez vs James Dennis – Welterweight bout
- Gee Perez vs Ryan Carroll – Bantamweight bout
- Alberto Blas vs Roberto Armas – Bantamweight bout
- Stephen Townsel vs Tyler Winemiller – Cruiserweight bout
- Mike Lee vs Drew Nolan – Cruiserweight bout
- Chris Garcia vs Robert Madrid – Bantamweight bout
- Leonardo Perdomo vs Joseph White – Heavyweight bout
The main event of BKFC 45 will not only have the Lightweight Championship on the line, but someone’s unbeaten run in BKFC will come to an end. Luis Palomino, the greatest champion in BKFC history so far, is back to defend his title. He is over 1000 days in his title reign and defends this title for the sixth time. While Palomino is unbeaten in 8 bouts, James Lilley is unbeated in 3 bouts in BKFC and 8 bouts in bare knuckle fights. He comes off with wins against Bobby Taylor, Tyler Goodjohn and Adam Pellerano after his debut in 2022. Will he be the first one to upset Palomino?
In the co-main event, two hard-hitting fighters Jake Bostwick and Erick Lozano collide in a light heavyweight bout. Bostwick would like to build on a draw against Issac Dolittle, while Lozano would be much more confident after getting his first win in BKFC when he beat Francesco Ricchi two months back. Who keeps the momentum going?