Platinum Mike Perry has found a new home with the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship.
As originally reported by MMA Fighting, the five-year-old UFC veterinarian will be looking to resume a boxing career that came to a halt in 2015. This time, Perry will shed his gloves and throw his bare knuckles at his opponents, waiting for several fights to come. The addition of Perry to the BKFC roster was announced on Tuesday in a press release where Platinum Mike added some of his unique traits to the big news.
“Let’s skip all the formalities! The sport is evolving and I am here to strike fear into the hearts of my opponents! Perry announced this in a press release. “I plan to intimidate the world when I show what a real combat specialist is capable of with his bare hands.
“I will sort out the opposition and achieve the glory that I have been striving for all my life. I will be crowned king of the streets and king of martial arts! They will make me a Platinum Crown and carry me on the bloody backs of my defeated rivals! I’m here to climb right to the top and make anyone think twice before entering my world! BKFC is my world! “
Perry will follow in the footsteps of other former UFC fighters to join the ranks of the BKFC, such as Artem Lobov and Paige Vanzant. As with these names, BKFC President Dave Feldman is enjoying a new moon with this new signing.
“We are thrilled to have Mike aboard our huge stable of exciting fighters,” said BKFC President Dave Feldman. “He has proven to be one of the strongest mixed martial arts fighters over the past seven years and his skill set along with his aggressive style works very well for our growing international fan base.”
Mike Perry’s UFC run came to an end with an ad record of 7-8. Most recently, Perry was defeated by Daniel Rodriguez and Tim Means. It is not yet known when Perry’s BKFC debut will take place and who will be his rival.
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