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Alan Belcher faces Roy Nelson for Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA heavyweight title following BKFC release

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Alan Belcher is embarking on a thrilling journey back to his MMA roots, and he’s doing it with a bang. Known for his recent foray into bare-knuckle boxing, Belcher is now stepping back into the MMA arena. The excitement reached fever pitch when the one and only Wednesday Jorge Masvidal dropped the bombshell announcement that Belcher is set to clash with Roy Nelson for the coveted Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA heavyweight championship. Mark your calendars for October 28th, as this epic showdown is set to take place at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, Mississippi.

In Masvidal’s own words, “We’ve got both those freaking savages competing. Bare-knuckle heavyweight championship of the world. I told you I’m bringing you f****** heat, brother.” The anticipation for this showdown is off the charts, and fans of combat sports have every reason to be excited.

Alan Belcher’s journey is a remarkable one. After a reasonably successful stint in the UFC, he decided to step away from MMA in 2015. Fast forward six years, and he found himself in the world of boxing and bare-knuckle fighting. It’s safe to say he made a smooth transition, boasting a pristine 5-0 record in boxing and an equally impressive 4-0 record in bare-knuckle fights. His crowning achievement came in February when he clinched the BKFC heavyweight title with a spectacular third-round knockout of Arnold Adams. However, this fairy tale had an unexpected twist. In June, Belcher’s decision to book a boxing bout for Misfits led to him being stripped of his title, ultimately leading to his release from the promotion, according to BKFC officials.

On the other side of the octagon, we have Roy Nelson, a seasoned warrior in the world of combat sports. Nelson, affectionately known as “Big Country,” boasts an impressive resume that includes titles like IFL and The Ultimate Fighter champion. He made waves in the UFC and Bellator until 2020 when he decided to make the bold transition to bare-knuckle MMA. His debut was nothing short of spectacular, securing a first-round TKO victory at Gamebred Fighting Championship 4.

In conclusion, the clash between Alan Belcher and Roy Nelson for the Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA heavyweight championship promises to be an electrifying showdown. Two warriors, each with their unique journey, are set to collide in the heart of Mississippi, and the world of combat sports is buzzing with anticipation. MMA fans, mark your calendars because October 28th is a date you don’t want to miss.

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