Mike Perry Claims ‘King of Violence’ Title at BKFC 56, Sets Sights on McGregor

Mike Perry dominates Eddie Alvarez at BKFC 56, eyeing a potential showdown with Conor McGregor next.

In a commanding display at BKFC 56, Mike Perry not only earned the ‘King of Violence’ title but also laid down a challenge to Conor McGregor after stopping Eddie Alvarez.

Mike Perry’s performance at BKFC 56 was nothing short of spectacular. Facing former UFC champion Eddie Alvarez, Perry showcased his resilience and striking prowess. The fight, scheduled for Saturday night, ended with Perry’s victory as Alvarez’s corner halted the match due to Alvarez’s inability to see out of his swollen left eye after just two rounds. This victory elevates Perry to a 4-0 record in BKFC, solidifying his status in the sport.

Perry’s strategy of moving forward and taking on Alvarez’s punches head-on was a key aspect of his victory. He absorbed Alvarez’s best shots, demonstrating his toughness and determination in the ring.

This win is significant not only for Perry’s career but also for the landscape of BKFC. It underscores Perry’s transition from UFC to becoming the new face of BKFC, a move that has been fruitful and marked by success.


Reflecting on his victory, Perry stated, “Who owns combat sports now? The ‘King of Violence’ Platinum Mike Perry!” This win is not just a personal triumph for Perry; it represents a shift in the dynamics of combat sports, highlighting his journey and evolution as a fighter.

With this decisive victory, Perry’s future in BKFC looks more promising than ever. But the real question remains: Will Conor McGregor step up to face the new ‘King of Violence’?

Do you think Conor McGregor will accept Mike Perry’s challenge for a BKFC showdown? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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