Mike Perry KO’s Alves, Calls Out Darren Till

Mike Perry remains undefeated, knocking out Thiago Alves in just 60 seconds during BKFC KnuckleMania 4.

The fight occurred in Los Angeles on April 27, as the win took Perry’s record to 5-0. It was a quick start by Perry, who began throwing heavy shots from the opening round. Alves was taken aback, failing to find any rhythm as Perry unloaded on every shot. Once Alvaves was backed on the ropes, Perry let fly with numerous combinations. A huge left hand sent Alves to the canvas.

Alves beat the count. However, the fight was stopped, as the Brazilian was on unsteady legs, no longer making it safe to continue. That was Perry’s third stoppage in a row after knocking out Luke Rockhold and Eddie Alvarez in his last two bouts. Perry was now targeting other ex-UFC fighters, including Darren Till. Mike claimed Till rejected a $2 million offer for a fight. But Perry’s increasing star power and Conor McGregor’s deal to become a part owner of BKFC may make Till rethink that offer.

“My easiest fight yet, just like I said it would be. I’m the undisputed king of bare-knuckle. I’m No. 1 pound-for-pound. F**k anybody who thinks differently. I’m the king in this b***h. Come and see me, bro. If you want the smoke, if you want the money — I want all the smoke and all the money. Darren Till, you fat f**king b***h, get your ass over here or I’ll come to the U.K. Nate Diaz got a fight with Jorge Masvidal, some east coast versus west coast s**t, throw the hands. I would have asked for a face-off but he would have told me square off with myself, motherf**ker, so shout out to him,” Perry said


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