BK Record: 5-0-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
'Royal' Ryan Reber's fighting style can be described as efficient, calculated and technical. In every single one of his bare-knuckle fights, he is outthrown but not out struck. With precision and timing like Reber's, it's no wonder he's gone 4-0. Joining the organization in 2022, his young career has been fruitful while also bearing some controversy. He was illegally headbutted by Jack Grady multiple times at BKFC 32: Barnett vs Herrera. After a stop was called in that contest, an in-ring brawl broke out and dozens of ringside officials were needed to separate the two.
After a controversial win, Reber came back harder than ever having a five-round war with the gritty and talented veteran Travis Thompson. The epic war initially ended in a draw before heading to the sixth-round all-or-nothing tie breaker, which Reber squeaked out with a split decision. Critics will say Ryan Reber has gotten lucky and supporters will say he could fight for the belt tomorrow and win convincingly. No matter which side it is you sit, the bantamweight division has a solid contender in 'Royal' Reber who welcomes all challengers ahead or behind him in the rankings.
Reber is constantly in the gym sharpening the tools but in his off time, there's no doubt his head is still in the gym. Despite being the workhorse he is, he still finds time to spend with his pit bull and loved ones. Fighting out of Florida, he has a variety of fellow BKFC contenders to work with and he supports every single one of them as seen on his social media.