PHILADELPHIA (January 24, 2019) – An exciting lineup of bare knuckle action is set to keep fans on the edge of their seats all night as Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) nears fight night in Cancun, Mexico on Saturday, February 2 live on pay-per-view (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT) from Beto Avila Stadium.
The night will feature a stacked card full of USA vs. Mexico showdowns. This includes recently-added fights that will see Indiana’s Tom Shoaff take on Leon’s Diego Garijo in 165-pound action, Florida’s Erik Leander battling Mexicali’s Alejandro Solorzano in a heavyweight attraction, plus a 135-pound bout between Philadelphia’s Travis Thompson and Cancun’s Ivan Rocka.
Rounding out the evening is a 135-pound fight that pits Texas native Clay Burns against Jesus Quevedo out of Playa Del Carmen, Rosarito’s Jose Ruleus in a 150-pound showdown against Mexico City’s Gilberto Aguliar and Phoenix’s Shannon Ritch against Tijuana’s Omar Molina in a 225-pound battle.
“BKFC 4: USA vs. Mexico” will be broadcast across the United States and Canada, exclusively on pay-per-view through MultiVision Media, Inc., on all major television and streaming distribution outlets for $29.95. It will also be available worldwide via streaming to all in-home and out-of-home connected devices.Tickets are available now at www.bareknuckle.tv.
The historic event will feature former Ultimate Fighter competitor Julian Lane battling Mexican-American UFC veteran Leonard Garcia,”Queen of Bare Knuckle” Bec Rawlings defending her title against Puerto Vallarta’s Cecilia Flores and a highly-anticipated rematch between Tony Lopez and Joey Beltran, who engaged in an epic showdown at BKFC 1 that was narrowly won by Beltran.
The action will also see 20-fight UFC veteran Chris Lytle facing MMA veteran JC Llamas, BKFC heavyweight tournament runner-up Sam Shewmaker returns to action to take on Chihuahua’s Ricardo Aguliar, plus former WEC Middleweight Champion and 12-fight UFC veteran Joe Riggs competes in his second BKFC attraction as he looks for another victory, this time against Mexico City’s Heriberto “El Rudo” Tovar, who has fought in Combate Americas, the largest Hispanic-based MMA organization in the sport.