BKFC stars split on historic KnuckleMania Co-Main Event

BKFC stars split on historic KnuckleMania Co-Main Event

Wednesday, Apr 24 2024 by BKFC Staff

It’s fitting that the biggest event in BKFC history – Saturday’s KnuckleMania 4 in Los Angeles, LIVE worldwide on The BKFC App – features the biggest heavyweight fight in the history of bare knuckle fighting. English powerhouse Mick Terrill is set to defend his BKFC World Heavyweight Title for the first time against Lorenzo “The Juggernaut” Hunt. Hunt, the No. 1 fighter on the BKFC Pound-for-Pound Rankings, is looking to make history as the first man to hold BKFC World Championships in three weight classes. But victories are hard to come by against Terrill, who’s gunning for his fourth straight stoppage victory in the Squared Circle.

We checked in with some of BKFC's most knowledgeable fighters for their take on this historic matchup at the legendary Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.

Jared "Captain Deadpool" Warren: I think Terrill will retain his belt. He surprised a lot of people against Adams, and I think he can do it again.

Gabrielle “Jersey’s Warrior Princess” Roman: I’m picking Lorenzo.

Esteban “Mohawk” Rodriguez: Mike Terrill is coming for Hunt’s head. It's gonna be a banger, but I feel Mick is hungry and ready to show the world why he's the champ.

JR “The Lion” Ridge: Lorenzo by KO. 

Wayna “The Rated R Superstar” Reid: I’m picking Hunt. 

“Royal” Ryan Reber: I’ve got Mick over Lorenzo. I think he’s going to be a little bit too big. 

Michael “Papa G” Larrimore: I think Mick Terrill might catch Lorenzo one or two times, maybe even put him on a knee, but Lorenzo’s speed/activity will take over. 

Noah Cutter: Hunt over Terrill, probably by stoppage.

Zach “Shark Attack” Calmus: Lorenzo, the No. 1 Pound-for-Pound bare knuckle fighter in the world, will accomplish greatness and beat Mick Terrill. The greatest fighter that has ever lived is Lorenzo Hunt. 

James “Get Down” Brown: Hunt will be the faster man; Terrill the stronger. “The Juggernaut” gets the job done with a second-round knockout.