BKB 30 Fight Card & How to Watch
BKB enters new territory this Saturday, 21 January.
Britain’s top bare knuckle boxing promotion makes its overseas debut.
It’s part of a year of growth for BKB, the longest running modern bare knuckle promotion. The organisation’s massive fight library will be available on demand on Amazon. A Netflix documentary is also planned.
Saturday’s event, BKB 30, is streaming internationally on Fite TV pay-per-view. The start time is 7pm UK time (2pm EST).
Champions Daniel Podmore and Barrie Jones are in action in separate bouts. Heavyweight king Podmore collides with Russia’s Akhmed Baguzhaev.
Jones faces Canada’s Jonny “El Toro” Tello. Tello makes his BKB debut against Jones, unbeaten and regarded as one of bare knuckle’s best fighters pound-for-pound.
Po Denman, coming off a win against Tai Emery at BKFC Thailand, faces Nong Neoy.
Veteran Leo Pla collides with Russia’s Mike Vetrila. Pla is a veteran of the BYB promotion, recently picking up a win at BYB 12: London Brawl.
Combat sports veteran Will Chope returns to BKB against Petzilla.
5 other bouts round out the BKB 30 fight card.
A special guest at Saturday’s event will be K-1 and MMA veteran Bob “The Beast” Sapp. Could we see Sapp one day entering the BKB ring for battle? We’ll have to wait and find out.
Bob Sapp at #BKB30 ?
The American mixed martial artist, kickboxer, professional wrestler, actor, and former American football player. Will be here to watch all the action live from Thailand ??BKB30 Jan 21st ? https://t.co/wg1RfhOB2o@BobSappOfficial #bkb #bkbthailand pic.twitter.com/IK1aM2ciNG
— BKB™ Official (@bkb_official1) January 15, 2023