Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) brought brutality, as always.

Mick Terrill scored his first BKFC title defense last night at KnuckleMania 4 (Sat., April 27, 2024) when he stopped two-division champion Lorenzo Hunt via TKO due to a dislocated elbow.

The co-main event fight lasted less than a round and was quite chaotic. With 20 seconds left in the round, Terrill landed a heavy uppercut, which sent Hunt to the floor. However, Hunt landed with his arm behind his back, which caused an elbow dislocation, ending the title fight.

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Terrill, 40, is now riding a four-fight winning streak, all ending in stoppages. The Britsh fighter offered to rematch Hunt in his post-fight interview but is also open to matchups with Mark Hunt and Ben Rothwell.

Speaking of Rothwell, he knocked out Todd Duffee in less than 60 seconds in the ‘featured fight.’

Rothwell dropped Duffee 20 seconds into the fight with a nasty punch. Duffee got back to his feet, and seconds later, Rothwell dropped him again, to which Duffee told the referee he could not continue. Duffee kept pointing to his shoulder saying he got a stinger, but no specific injury was revealed.

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Rothwell, 42, is now 3-0 in BKFC with three stoppage wins. After his win, he called for a BKFC Heavyweight title fight, which he will probably receive.

With how Duffee’s BKFC experience went, it’ll probably be one and done for the 38-year-old.

For complete BKFC KnuckleMania 4 results, coverage, and highlights click HERE.

Author: Staff

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