After their in-ring confrontation back in June at BKFC 18, Hector Lombard and Lorenzo Hunt were destined to meet each other in the BKFC ring. They will do so with the inaugural light heavyweight title on the line tonight at BKFC 22 in Miami. These two men will have a bout that will have them both coming out of the gates firing, and many people would be shocked if it goes past the first round.
In the co-main event, Luis Palomino defends his lightweight title against Dat Nguyen, who is the former bantamweight champion. He will be moving up the two weight classes to make BKFC history, something unseen in many combat sports outside of boxing itself.
Other names on the card worth watching include Britain Hart and Pearl Gonzalez matching up for a fun and competitive women’s matchup that could lead to a title shot for the winner. There will also be Strikeforce veteran Mike Kyle facing Bellator veteran Gustavo Trujillo and UFC and Ultimate Fighter veteran Marcus Brimage making his BKFC debut.
MMA Sucka has fight fans covered with BKFC 22 results, with the preliminary card starting live at 8pm ET/5pm PT on BKFC’s YouTube page, followed by the main card at 9pm ET/6pm PT on the BKTV app and FITE TV.
BKFC 22 Results
Lorenzo Hunt def. Hector Lombard via Unanimous Decision (48-47, 48-47, 49-46) — BKFC Light Heavyweight Title Bout
Luis Palomino def. Dat Nguyen via Unanimous Decision (49-46, 48-47, 50-45) — BKFC Lightweight Title Bout
Britain Hart def. Pearl Gonzalez via Unanimous Decision (48-47, 48-47, 49-46)
Gustavo Trujillo def. Mike Kyle via KO at 0:34 of Round 1
Marcus Brimage vs. Will Shutt ends in a Split Draw (49-45, 46-48, 47-47)
Howard Davis def. Rusty Crowder via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46)
Arthur Walcott-Ceesay def. Joshuah “Famez” Alvarez via Unanimous Decision (48-45, 48-45, 50-44)
Montaser Aboughaly def. Jonathan Noah via KO at 0:46 of Round 2
James Rodriguez def. Brian Maxwell via TKO at 1:18 of Round 1
Peter Peraza def. Manuel Moreira via unanimous decision (48-45, 48-45, 49-45)
Tyler Randall def. Darwin Bonilla via unanimous decision (48-45, 48-45, 48-45)
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