An exciting new prospect has arrived in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship heavyweight division.
On Friday, 24-year-old Brady Meister defeated fellow newcomer Connor McKenna via second-round TKO to kick off the BKFC 44 Main Card in his hometown of Great Falls, MT.
Meister stands at 6-foot-7, possesses an impressive 76-inch reach and fights at a lean, mean 238 pounds. Now that he’s got his first BKFC matchup under his belt, Meister has his eyes set squarely at the top of the stacked heavyweight division.
“I want that belt,” says Meister, who’d like to return to the Squared Circle this summer.
“I’m sure everybody that you talk to has that same mentality and that same desire, but I want that belt, and I’ll do anything that it takes to get there.”