Making his BKFC debut on the biggest event in the sport’s history, Trever Bradshaw wanted to make a first impression to remember at BKFC 56 on Saturday.
Bradshaw dropped Troy Dennison twice in the opening frame of their welterweight contest, paving the way to a first-round KO victory for the hard-hitting Haven, UT product.
“Coming out of the tryouts, I think they were pretty interested in me, so I knew I had to deliver on the biggest card that BKFC has ever had,” he says. “My mindset was that I’ve been put on the biggest platform in the world, so it was my time to show everybody who I am.”
Bradshaw is happy with his performance, and his ability to remain calm under the bright lights at the sold-out Maverik Center in Salt Lake City, UT. He’s excited to build on his successful debut – and begin a rapid climb up the ladder to the top of the world’s fastest growing combat sports promotion.
“I know that I can hang with the guys at the highest levels of BKFC, and I’m ready to go out there and prove it,” he says. “Anything that I can do to prove that, let’s go.”