AXS TV announced that it will premiere a new series from Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship on April 4 at 11 p.m.

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship will continue to air in that time slot until April 18, when it will shift to 10 p.m.

With 13 hour-long episodes, the series will premiere with a revisit of key matches from BKFC 38, including fighters including Dat Nguyen, Daniel Straus, Bostwick, and Isaac Doolittle.

“We’re very excited to partner with AXS TV on this unique opportunity for our promotion,” said David Feldman, BKFC’s founder and president. “AXS TV has a long history of delivering truly cutting-edge entertainment. They share our vision, and we anticipate that this new series will strengthen our promotion and brand as we continue our rapid rise in the sports environment.”

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Founded in 2018, Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship was the first promotion to hold a legal, sanctioned, and controlled bare-knuckle event in the United States since 1889.

Only competitors with a proven track record in boxing, MMA, kickboxing, or Muay Thai are permitted to enter the Bare Knuckle’s Squared Circle, while judges and referees must also have substantial professional combat sports experience. BKFC also prevents contestants from wrapping their hands within one inch of the knuckle, claiming that the promotion is the purest form of bare knuckle boxing in the combat sports world.