Eddie Alvarez’ corner calls it after Mike Perry breaks his orbital bone


 In an intense clash at BKFC 56, ‘Platinum’ Mike Perry emerged victorious, claiming the inaugural ‘King of Violence’ title. The highly anticipated bout featured Perry facing off against former Bellator and UFC lightweight world champion, Eddie Alvarez.

BKFC 56 Results Highlights: Mike Perry Triumphs as Alvarez’s Corner Throws in the Towel

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship’s BKFC 56 witnessed a thrilling main event as ‘Platinum’ Mike Perry aimed to assert his dominance, seeking to extend his undefeated streak. Opposing him was the seasoned Eddie Alvarez, a former champion in both Bellator and the UFC.

Round 1: Intense Exchanges Set the Tone

The opening round saw Alvarez initiating with a powerful left hook, met with a response from Perry’s left. Alvarez displayed a diverse striking game, landing impactful blows, including a significant right hand that momentarily staggered Perry. Despite Perry’s counter with an uppercut, Alvarez capitalized on Perry’s stationary head, leaving visible damage by the round’s end.

Round 2: Perry’s Aggression and Alvarez’s Corner Intervention

Alvarez maintained his aggressive approach in the second round, launching a left from the get-go. Perry, however, escalated his aggression, causing a cut on Alvarez’s face. Perry pressed forward as Alvarez retreated, engaging in close-quarter combat. Perry secured a Thai plum, delivering solid shots. Alvarez clinched, prompting a referee intervention. Just before the third round, Alvarez’s corner decided to throw in the towel, declaring Perry the winner by TKO (retirement) at 2:00 of Round 2.

Official Result: Mike Perry triumphs over Eddie Alvarez via TKO (retirement) at 2:00 of Round 2.

Post-Fight Highlights: Perry Claims ‘King of Violence’ Title

The post-fight highlights showcased Perry’s walkout with the ‘King of Violence’ belt and snippets of the intense exchanges between the two fighters. Notably, Alvarez’s corner decided to end the fight after the second round, solidifying Perry’s victory.

Looking Ahead: Perry Calls Out Conor McGregor

In a bold post-fight move, ‘Platinum’ Mike Perry called out Conor McGregor, adding an intriguing element to his BKFC journey. Perry’s victory sets the stage for potential high-profile matchups, generating anticipation within the combat sports community.

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