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A combat sports commentator left his booth to start a fight as Bare Knuckle FC once again descended into chaos

A combat sports commentator left his booth to start a fight as Bare Knuckle FC once again descended into chaos…  Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship descended into chaos once again when a combat sports commentator and former UFC star Mike Perry left the booth to start a fight with a rival who had been annoying him.

A combat sports commentator left his booth to start a fight as Bare Knuckle FC once again descended into chaos
A combat sports commentator left his booth to start a fight as Bare Knuckle FC once again descended into chaos—-

 

Insider called Bare Knuckle the “bloodiest show in town” in 2019 and, in the years since, we’ve seen a three-second knockout, a throat punch, and trash talk about boobs. We’ve seen a weigh-in brawl, a five-second knockout, and a post-fight melee.

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We’ve even seen before and after photos of the Bare Knuckle fighting ring that proves its events are not for the faint-hearted because the canvas looked like the floor of a slaughterhouse.

For the most part, Bare Knuckle’s unique action has remained confined to its combatants.

So what we hadn’t seen, until last week at an event in Tampa, Florida, was a commentator seemingly starting a near-riot while ringside for the company’s ‘Fight Night’ event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

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Step forward veteran slugger Perry who appeared to get agitated when rival fighter Julian Lane threw paper, or cards, at him while he was fulfilling his role as color commentator.

Perry can be seen on official Fite TV video removing his headphones and walking off-camera, before the lights in the arena go down.

In a subsequent clip, there’s nothing but carnage, with punches thrown, multiple people getting involved, and what looks like security appearing to pull the fighters apart.

While it’s impossible to predict the future, it seems like there must now be a chance that Bare Knuckle boss David Feldman books Perry and Lane into a main event fight at some point in 2022.

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After their ringside clash, fireworks would be almost guaranteed.

 

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