Bryce Hall is fighting in BKFC on Friday night. The 23-year-old influencer with 24 million subscribers on TikTok has never fought in bare knuckle boxing before, but did star in the YouTubers vs. TikTokers boxing card from 2021. He’ll be fighting Gee Perez, who is 3-0 in BKFC.
The main event on the card is UFC vet John Dodson taking on JR Ridge for the vacant BKFC flyweight title. After leaving the UFC in 2020, Dodson has fought in XMMA, RIZIN and BKFC (and gone 5-1 across those promotions). He’s 2-0 in BKFC with wins over Ryan Benoit and Jarod Grant. Ridge is 3-1 in BKFC and beat Chance Wilson last time out.
BKFC 48: Bryce Hall vs. Gee Perez Full fight card
- – John Dodson vs. JR Ridge; For the vacant BKFC flyweight title
- – Bryce Hall vs. Gee Perez; Welterweight
- – Keith Richardson vs. Derek Perez; Bantamweight
- – Joshua Moreno vs. Jeremy Sauceda; Middleweight
- – Will Santiago vs. Jeremie Holloway; Middleweight
- – Eric Dodson vs. Robert Armas; Featherweight
- – Donald Sanchez vs. Blake LaCaze; Middleweight
- – Sydney Smith vs. Melanie Shah; Strawweight
- – Marc Entenberg vs. Darrick Gates; Featherweight
- – Richard Montano vs. Kyle McElroy; Cruiserweight
- – Anthony Sanchez vs. Gene Perez; Bantamweight
- – Austin LEwis vs. Justyn Martinez; Flyweight
Start time and date
BKFC 48, featuring Bryce Hall, is scheduled for Friday, August 11, 2023. The prelim card is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET and the main card is expected to begin at 9 p.m. ET.
Tickets for this event at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque, NM can be purchased here.
BKFC 48 will be the promotion’s debut on the streaming platform Fubo.tv. Fubo subscriptions range from $79.99 to $99.99 a month. This BKFC event is airing for free on Fubo, so you don’t need a subscription to view. You just need to go to fubosportsnetwork.com for the stream.
The prelims will be airing free on YouTube, which you can see below.
The event is also available on FITE.tv and can be purchased and streamed below:
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