4-2-0
ZACH SHARK ATTACK CALMUS
Current Rank
#5 - Heavyweight
Height
183 CM / 6'0"
Nationality
United States of America
Weight
109.769 KG / 242 LBS
Nickname
SHARK ATTACK
Age
32
Reach
76in / 193cm
Social Media
Pro Bare Knuckle Record 4-2-0 Wins-Losses-Draws

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Watch
Scheduled PAUL SHOUGH BKFC 63 HART vs STARLING
Aug 03 2024
n/a
Win CONNOR MCKENNA BKFC 61 RIVERA vs STRAUS
May 11 2024
Win JOSH FREEMAN Fight Night Prospect Manassas
Feb 16 2024
Win MICHAEL FURNIER BKFC 39 NORFOLK
Mar 24 2023
Loss Juan Torres BKFC 30 Hunt vs Henry
Oct 01 2022
Win Kyle McElroy BKFC NEW YORK II
Mar 12 2022
Loss Bobo O'Bannon BKFC 17 Birmingham
Apr 30 2021

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Fighter Bio

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ZACH
CALMUS
4-2-0

Zach ‘The Shark’ Calmus has been involved in combat professionally since 2020. He experimented a bit in his amateur days, trying his hand at both kickboxing and Muay Thai but made the jump to traditional boxing for his pro debut. He won that fight by knockout in the very first round and about five months later, made the choice to remove the gloves and step into the BKFC’s Squared Circle. It’s worth mentioning that Calmus has over 20 boxing matches under his belt from his amateur career.

With influences coming from pro wrestling, hockey and horror movies, “The Shark” is a natural showman, not just in the ring but outside of it as well. Any time you see that Zach Calmus is going to toe the line, you should know that you’re in for a brutal show and he more than embraces this. He always steps in to win but it seems even by his own words that entertaining the BKFC audience is his top priority, so expect a war every time. Luckily for all of us, the heavyweight has a chin and throws bombs! With a pressure-heavy style, he puts a pace on whoever he faces. He’s thrown over 100 punches in every one of his fights and threw almost 300 in a loss against Juan Torres, a fight he wants to run back ASAP. 

Reflecting on his first knockout win in the Squared Circle back at BKFC 39, Calmus said his father, who he looks up to, cried tears of joy for days after the event. It’s clear that the New Englander is a family man and family includes his wife, his friends, his pet dogs and the people that have supported his journey through the BKFC heavyweight rankings.