BKFC stars predict Saturday's Ferea-Rawlings rematch at BKFC 56

BKFC stars predict Saturday's Ferea-Rawlings rematch at BKFC 56

Monday, Nov 27 2023 by BKFC Staff

Christine “Misfit” Ferea defends her BKFC World Women’s Flyweight Championship for the third time in a highly anticipated rematch with Bec “Rowdy” Rawlings on Saturday at BKFC 56, LIVE on The BKFC App from the Maverik Center in Salt Lake City, UT. We asked some of BKFC’s most popular fighters if they think Ferea will take care of business again, as she did earlier this year at BKFC 41, or if Rawlings can get her redemption – and a piece of BKFC gold.

Jared “Captain Deadpool” Warren: I’d like to see Rawlings win. I don’t think she necessarily will win, but I’d like to see that so there’s a bit more competition in the division. Ferea needs competition, and their last fight was pretty close before the cut. I’d like to see Rawlings win the decision and shake the division up a little bit.

“Caution” Kasim Ruffin: Ferea wins, but I like Bec though, so I'll be rooting for her. Tell her to DM me!

JR “The Lion” Ridge: Ferea and Rawlings is another matchup that the fans wanna see again. The first fight ended with a cut, which was very unfortunate. If anyone can withstand the power and speed of Ferea, it’s Rawlings. I have Ferea edging out the fight with a split decision.

Crystal “Rugged Beauty” Pittman: While I think Bec is going to put up a wonderful fight, it’s hard to go against experience. Christine has risen to every occasion. So, I’m picking Ferea in a potential FOTY.

Michael “Papa G” Larrimore: I think Christine will make quick work of Bec Rawlings, and get the TKO inside of the first.

Blake “Big Boy” LaCaze: This fight will be more interesting and have more action than the first meeting. With them knowing each other better now, more chances will be taken. I see the champ retaining her belt 

Zach “Shark Attack” Calmus: Christine Ferea is the Champion and you never vote against the Champion. I believe she’s more technical in all aspects of the game, as well as a better all-around athlete. Champ is here to stay.

James “Get Down” Brown: This one I believe can go either way, but I have to go with Ferea; she's tough as nails.