Alan Belcher: From Bare Knuckle Boxing To MMA
Alan Belcher is a professional mixed martial artist fighting out of the United States. He was born on April 24, 1984, in Jones County, Mississippi. Throughout his fighting career, Belcher gained recognition in the middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and became the Heavyweight champion for the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC). He is currently ranked #5 on the BKFC pound for pound list.
From Boxing Back to Mixed Martial Arts
Alan Belcher, the seasoned martial artist, made waves in the world of bare-knuckle boxing at BKFC. Now, he’s gearing up for a return to MMA, joining Gamebred Bareknuckle.
Belcher will take on Roy ‘Big Country’ Nelson, who recently fought Dillon Cleckler at Gamebred Bareknuckle 4. Unlike his BKFC days, where he showcased his boxing skills, Belcher is thrilled to bring his full arsenal of skills back into the cage. His striking abilities, mixed with a strong ground game, promise to be an epic fight. MMA fans eagerly anticipate his return, expecting nothing less than a display of violence.
Alan Belcher Getting Ready For Bare Knuckle MMA
In preparation for his upcoming fight, Alan Belcher dedicates himself to training alongside the best in the fight industry. A glimpse into his training regimen, showcased in a video featuring the legend Tyrone Spong, speaks volumes about Belcher’s dedication. In his own words, he acknowledges Spong as the KO Master, emphasizing, ”I built my fight mind and style with inspiration from this legend.”
Training with Jon Jones
Alan Belcher has enlisted the expertise of yet another formidable training partner, the legendary Jon “Bones” Jones. Widely regarded as the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) in MMA, Jones has notably clinched the Heavyweight championship title at UFC. Belcher’s collaboration with someone of Jon Jones caliber highlights his commitment to honing his skills with the very best in the sport.
Stay tuned for Belcher’s epic comeback against Roy Nelson on November 10th in Biloxi, Mississippi.
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