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Bare Knuckle FC 14 Preview

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MMA Sucka has your Bare Knuckle FC 14 preview for this weekend’s event. Friday night, November 13, Bare Knuckle FC is back with another incredible night of action. All of BKFC is must-see television, but Friday night features a main event that simply cannot be missed.

The 155-pound title will be on the line as champion, Luis Palomino defends against Jim Alers in a grudge match for the ages. The two had a dust-up at a previous press event that ended with Alers on the receiving end of a Palomino headbutt. When they finally step into the ring together, it’s going to be explosive!

In the co-main event, the 135 interim title will be on the line when Dat Nguyen will take on Reggie Barnett Jr. Nguyen is 2-0 in BKFC and the former boxer has shown a ton of boxing skill since making the transition to BKFC. Barnett is 5-1 inside the bare-knuckle making him one of the most experienced fighters in the organization. His lone defeat came at the hands of Johnny Bedford.

If you missed the last amazing BKFC event, you can find the results here.

Bare Knuckle FC 14 Preview – Main Card

Luis Palomino vs. Jim Alers

This should be an incredible fight with two fighters who simply don’t back up. They both bring pressure and heavy hands. Mix in a component of dislike and this will be a fight of the year candidate.

Dat Nguyen vs. Reggie Barnett Jr.

Dat brings in some very technical boxing skills, while Barnett simply stands and bangs. Barnett is 5-1 inside of BKFC and will be looking to put a title around his waist with a victory Friday night.

Jake Bostwick vs. Tyler Vogel

This fight pits two fighters with previous boxing and MMA experience. Bostwick has an 18-9 record in MMA and had a draw in his boxing debut. Tyler Vogel has more boxing experience and they have a common opponent in Danny Mitchell, who defeated Vogel but lost to Bostwick.

Francesco Ricchi vs. Noah Cutter 

Francesco Ricci is making his return to BKFC after earning a knockout victory over Fred Pierce in his debut. Noah Cutter also is entering the ring for the second time after earning a knockout victory in his debut against Kaine Tomlinson Jr.

Uly Diaz vs. Donelei Benedetto 

Jarod Grant vs. Christopher Johnson

Brittain Hart vs. Randine Eckholm

Eddie Hoch vs. Jeff Chiffens

Lorenzo Hunt vs. Dustin Long

Bare Knuckle FC 14 Preview- Prelims

Alan Arzeno vs. Fred Pierce 

Kenmon Evans vs. Sedric Johnson

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Dan has been covering and writing about MMA since 2001 when he started at Sherdog. He is a fan of all Bay Area sports teams and loves the San Francisco 49ers.

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