Reggie Barnett Jr. has been with BKFC since the beginning – literally.
Barnett Jr. made his debut with the company all the way back at BKFC 1 in 2018. He’s since competed nine times in the BKFC Squared Circle, racking up a 7-2 record and winning the BKFC Interim World Bantamweight Championship in his most recent fight.
BKFC has taken the combat sports world by storm since its 2018 debut, but it’s been business as usual for the man they call “Educated Hands.”
“The organization and the sport have grown tremendously in that time, but honestly not much has changed for me. I train hard, I answer the call when it comes in, and then I show up and put on,” Barnett Jr. says with a laugh.
He returns to the BKFC Squared Circle against UFC vet Geane Herrera (1-0) in the BKFC 32 Main Event on Nov. 5 in Orlando, LIVE on the BKFC app. This will be the 10th fight of Barnett Jr.’s BKFC career, putting him atop the list of the most active fighters in company history.
Barnett Jr.’s prediction for Orlando is quite simple.
“I’m going for the stoppage,” Barnett Jr. says. “I’m not letting this fight go the distance. I’m tired of five-round fights; I’m going down there to finish this guy.”