Chris Sarro is coming off a loss to Josh Burns in his last outing for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship where he competed at heavyweight. A move many felt Sarro should not have made, as he is deemed by many to be on the smaller end of the heavyweight spectrum. I'm not sure how a 245lb man is considered "small"! Sarro, not to be deterred by the critics, or a loss has set … [Read more...] about Chris Sarro Heading back to 205 Wants to Toe The Line with Haim Gozali
Tonight on Cage-Side with Christopher James we have the opportunity to chat with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship and Police Gazette 135lb World Champion "Brutal" Johnny Bedford as he prepares to defend his belts against Dat Ngyuen on February 5th at #KNUCKLEMANIA. UFC featherweight Charles Rosa joins us once again to discuss his upcoming bout at UFC Fight Night on … [Read more...] about Cage-Side with Christopher James ep.260: BKFC Champ Johnny Bedford – UFC’s Charles Rosa – XMMA’s Christopher Curtis
Francesco Ricchi fought Noah Cutter on Friday, November 13th at Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship #BKFC14. It was one helluva fight as Cutter controlled it early and nearly finished Ricchi. However, Ricchi showed his true warrior spirit and mounted what many people thought was the comeback win of the year when he finished Cutter in the 3rd round via TKO. What we didn't know … [Read more...] about Cage Side with Christopher James EXCLUSIVE: BKFC Star Francesco Ricchi ” I Went To The ER, Passed Out, Woke Up and It Was December”
The British are coming, the British are coming, well not all of them, at least not yet. The long awaited debut of Mark Godbeer with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship seemingly has hit another snag. Last night, Godbeer was scheduled as a guest on The Cage Side with Christopher James Show, but just a couple of hours before airing, Godbeer pulled out. His manager Scott Farley … [Read more...] about BKFC 15 Rumor: Godbeer Out,O’Bannon In vs Sam Shewmaker ?
Combat sports aren't for everybody. It takes a special type of human being to be willing to step inside a cage, or a ring and go toe to toe with another human in a fight, knowing the inherent risk involved, and yet still willing to participate in the action. Unfortunately, the risk taken sometimes ends up with an athlete sustaining a serious, and possibly life-threatening … [Read more...] about Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship Fighter Francesco Ricchi Fighting For His Life After BKFC 14 Injury