Perry knocks out Alves in 60 seconds, calls out ‘fat f*cking b*tch’ Till at BFKC KnuckleMania 4

Perry knocks out Alves in 60 seconds, calls out ‘fat f*cking b*tch’ Till at BFKC KnuckleMania 4

Mike Perry does not get paid by the hour.

The reigning “King of Violence” polished his crown on Saturday night with a blistering 60-second knockout of former bare-knuckle champion Thiago Alves to cap off BKFC KnuckleMania 4 from Los Angeles.

In what was billed as his toughest fight to date, Perry walked through Alves in impressive fashion. Perry stormed out of the gates and threw bombs at the American Top Team veteran from the opening bell. Alves just never got settled into any kind of rhythm, with Perry aggressively looking to put him down with every single punch he unloaded.

As Alves backed up towards the ropes, Perry unleashed a flurry of shots, including a brutal left hand that blasted the Brazilian and put him on the ground.

Alves struggled to get back to his feet, but beat the 10-count from referee Dan Miragliotta. When the referee asked Alves to put his hands up to prove he was ready to continue, the UFC veteran was still standing on rubber legs, and that was enough to end the fight.

Perry immediately began celebrating as he moved to 5-0 in bare-knuckle boxing, with his third-straight stoppage after putting down Luke Rockhold and Eddie Alvarez in his previous two performances.

“My easiest fight yet, just like I said it would be,” Perry shouted following the win. “I’m the undisputed king of bare-knuckle. I’m No. 1 pound-for-pound. F*ck anybody who thinks differently. I’m the king in this bitch.

“Come and see me, bro. If you want the smoke, if you want the money — I want all the smoke and all the money!”

With his latest win, Perry continues to cement himself as the face of BKFC and undoubtedly the biggest draw in the promotion. His only problem now might be finding competition, but he already had an idea in mind for his next fight.

Darren Till, you fat f*cking bitch, get your ass over here or I’ll come to the U.K,” Perry said. “Nate Diaz got a fight with Jorge Masvidal, some east coast versus west coast shit, throw the hands. I would have asked for a faceoff but he would have told me square off with myself, motherf*cker, so shout out to him.”

Prior to Saturday night, Perry claimed Till turned down a $2 million offer to fight him in BKFC after both teased a fight for several years dating back to when they competed in UFC.

As for Diaz, he was in attendance at the BKFC card on Saturday, but he has business of his own coming up with a boxing match against Jorge Masvidal.

Perry might get help drawing some star power for his next fight after Conor McGregor became a part owner of BKFC. With the kind of pull and attention that McGregor commands, Perry might just get Till or another huge name to accept the offer to face him in BKFC later this year.

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