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BKFC Thailand 3 : Moment of Truth

BKFC THAILAND 3: MOMENT OF TRUTH SEPTEMBER 3 Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) Thailand presented by Singha is set to return with an electrifying third event on Saturday, September 3, 2022, live from the world-famous Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok. The event will begin at 6:00 PM ICT/11:00 AM GMT/7:00 AM EST, and will be available worldwide on the BKFC app. BKFC Thailand 3 will be headlined by one of Thailand’s greatest athletes of all time, Buakaw Banchamek, he will make his highly anticipated promotional debut against Turkish kickboxer Erkan Varol. Widely considered to be among the greatest Muay Thai fighters of all time, Buakaw holds a record 240-24-12. He will face Varol, who brings an impressive 88-33 kickboxing record into his bare-knuckle boxing debut with multiple national and European championship titles Alongside the main event, there will also be two title fights on the card. In the co-main event, the inaugural BKFC Thailand featherweight champion more detail

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03 September 2022

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Rajadamnern Stadium,Bangkok

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BKFC Thailand 3 : Moment of Truth

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BKFC THAILAND 3: MOMENT OF TRUTH SEPTEMBER 3 Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) Thailand presented by Singha is set to return with an electrifying third event on Saturday, September 3, 2022, live from the world-famous Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok. The event will begin at 6:00 PM ICT/11:00 AM GMT/7:00 AM EST, and will be available worldwide on the BKFC app. BKFC Thailand 3 will be headlined by one of Thailand’s greatest athletes of all time, Buakaw Banchamek, he will make his highly anticipated promotional debut against Turkish kickboxer Erkan Varol. Widely considered to be among the greatest Muay Thai fighters of all time, Buakaw holds a record 240-24-12. He will face Varol, who brings an impressive 88-33 kickboxing record into his bare-knuckle boxing debut with multiple national and European championship titles Alongside the main event, there will also be two title fights on the card. In the co-main event, the inaugural BKFC Thailand featherweight champion more detail

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