Mike Perry defeats Eddie Alvarez, and claims the ‘King of Violence’ title

Mike Perry defeats Eddie Alvarez, and claims the ‘King of Violence’ title.

Mike Perry posted on his status as the face of BKFC as he gains victory over Eddie Alvarez at BKFC 56. Eddie Alvarez, the former lightweight champion of the UFC and Bellator, couldn’t complete the third round. His corner stopped the fight after a discussion with Alvarez.

Mike Perry
Mike Perry defeats Eddie Alvarez, and claims the ‘King of Violence’ title—

 

The fight was for the symbolic ‘King of Violence’ championship, and Perry remained the face of BKFC. Alvarez, who has a history of violent fights in UFC and Bellator, made his BKFC debut against Chad Mendes at BKFC 41. On the same card, Perry defeated Luke Rockhold in the main event. Perry is 4-0 in BKFC with two stoppage victories. Interestingly, the finishes are against former MMA champions Alvarez and Rockhold.

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Eddie began the round with much strength and even found a target for his left hook on Perry’s chin. However, Perry was able to keep the pressure on. The pace was really so high for Eddie at the first round. During the second round, Perry hurt Alvarez, and the pace dropped. At the end of the round, Alvarez told his corner that he could not see anything. The corner immediately waived off the fight. Perry backflipped in excitement.

With the victory, Perry gained the moniker of ‘King of Violence.’ After his UFC stint went 7-8, Perry made big strides in BKFC, both in recognition and finance.

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