UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic Embedded Vlog Episode #6

FightBook MMA has your UFC 241: Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic Embedded Vlog videos.

The promotion will be rolling out their online series Embedded and FightBook MMA will have them for you to watch as soon as the promotion makes them available. In the video above you can watch Episode #6.

At UFC 241 we will see Daniel Cormier defend his heavyweight belt against Stipe Miocic on Saturday, August 17. In the co-main event, we will see a clash between welterweight fan favorites Nate Diaz and Anthony Pettis.

UFC 241 takes place on Saturday at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The main card airs on pay-per-view while the prelims on ESPN and ESPN+. You can find the complete and official fight card below.

Episode #1, Episode #2, Episode #3, Episode #4, Episode #5

Straight from the YouTube description:

On Episode 6 of UFC 241 Embedded, heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier throws out the first pitch at an Angels game. Former lightweight champion Anthony Pettis gets a workout in, enjoying how he feels as he approaches welterweight. At Ultimate Media Day, Cormier faces off against former champion Stipe Miocic and middleweights Paulo Costa and Yoel Romero share a staredown, but Pettis takes the stage solo when opponent Nate Diaz is a no-show. UFC 241 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the heavyweight title rematch taking place Saturday, August 17th on Pay-Per-View.  

UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic 2
AUGUST 17, 2019
Honda Center | Anaheim, California

Main Card
Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET

  • For the heavyweight title: Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic
  • Nate Diaz vs. Anthony Pettis
  • Paulo Costa vs. Yoel Romero
  • Gabriel Benitez vs. Sodiq Yusuff
  • Derek Brunson vs. Ian Heinisch

Preliminary Card #2
ESPN, 8 p.m. ET

  • Clay Collard vs. Devonte Smith
  • Raphael Assuncao vs. Cory Sandhagen
  • Christos Giagos vs. Drakkar Klose
  • Manny Bermudez vs. Casey Kenney

Preliminary Card #1
ESPN+, 6:15 p.m. ET

  • Hannah Cifers vs. Jodie Esquibel
  • Brandon Davis vs. Kyung Ho Kang
  • Shana Dobson vs. Sabina Mazo

UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic Embedded Vlog Episode #5

FightBook MMA has your UFC 241: Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic Embedded Vlog videos.

The promotion will be rolling out their online series Embedded and FightBook MMA will have them for you to watch as soon as the promotion makes them available. In the video above you can watch Episode #5.

At UFC 241 we will see Daniel Cormier defend his heavyweight belt against Stipe Miocic on Saturday, August 17. In the co-main event, we will see a clash between welterweight fan favorites Nate Diaz and Anthony Pettis.

UFC 241 takes place on Saturday at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The main card airs on pay-per-view while the prelims on ESPN and ESPN+. You can find the complete and official fight card below.

Episode #1, Episode #2, Episode #3, Episode #4

Straight from the YouTube description:

On Episode 5 of UFC 241 Embedded, heavyweight Stipe Miocic counsels his coach post wine-glass-injury. At fight week photo sessions, heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier reveals a superstitious side, middleweight Yoel Romero does pushups, and welterweight Nate Diaz drapes himself in a flag. Cormier and Miocic plus Diaz and Anthony Pettis attend open workouts, where Cormier’s son emcees and Diaz lights up the crowd by lighting up. UFC 241 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the heavyweight title rematch taking place Saturday, August 17th on Pay-Per-View.  

UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic 2
AUGUST 17, 2019
Honda Center | Anaheim, California

Main Card
Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET

  • For the heavyweight title: Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic
  • Nate Diaz vs. Anthony Pettis
  • Paulo Costa vs. Yoel Romero
  • Gabriel Benitez vs. Sodiq Yusuff
  • Derek Brunson vs. Ian Heinisch

Preliminary Card #2
ESPN, 8 p.m. ET

  • Clay Collard vs. Devonte Smith
  • Raphael Assuncao vs. Cory Sandhagen
  • Christos Giagos vs. Drakkar Klose
  • Manny Bermudez vs. Casey Kenney

Preliminary Card #1
ESPN+, 6:15 p.m. ET

  • Hannah Cifers vs. Jodie Esquibel
  • Brandon Davis vs. Kyung Ho Kang
  • Shana Dobson vs. Sabina Mazo

Stephan “Big Shot” Shaw will face Willie “The Snake” Jake Jr. at DiBella’s Broadway Boxing series

New York, NY: On Thursday, August 29, undefeated heavyweight prospect Stephan “Big Shot” Shaw (11-0, 8 KOs), of St. Louis, MO, will face off against Willie “The Snake” Jake Jr. (8-2-1, 2 KOs), of Indianapolis, IN, in an eight-round featured bout on DiBella Entertainment’s Broadway Boxing series held at Foxwoods Resort Casino, in Mashantucket, CT. The event will be live streamed exclusively on UFC FIGHT PASS®, the world’s leading digital subscription service for combat sports, starting at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. Broadway Boxing is presented by Nissan of Queens, Azad Watches, OPTYX, Christos Steak House and Gagliardi Insurance.

“Stephan Shaw is an unbeaten heavyweight prospect with a lot of potential. He has heavy hands and is coming off of a very impressive knockout in his last fight,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment. “On August 29, in a featured bout on the UFC Fight Pass stream, ‘Big Shot’ Shaw will be facing a stern test against Willie Jake, a southpaw who likes to mix it up and brawl, so the crowd at Foxwoods will be in for an entertaining fight. The bout compliments a terrific card that also features a New England featherweight matchup between Toka Kahn Clary and Irvin Gonzalez as well as women’s world champion Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa defending her title.”

Speaking from his training camp in San Diego where he is guided by former Olympic coach Basheer Abdullah, Shaw was enthusiastic about his fight on August 29.

“I’m very excited to be back in action and display my talents to the world once again. I’m coming off what I feel is the biggest win of my career so far.

“Willie Jake Jr. is a gutsy fighter, but he hasn’t faced anyone with the talent that I possess. He’s a southpaw and may be somewhat elusive, but my last opponent was an elusive southpaw and we saw how that worked out,” said the confident Shaw.

The 26-year-old Shaw turned professional in December 2013, starting off his pro career with three straight stoppages. Coming from a family of fighters, the 6’4″ Shaw capped his amateur years with 2013 championships at the USA Nationals and the National PAL tournament. On March 3, Shaw knocked out Donovan Dennis in the third round in Columbus, OH, on a special Broadway Boxing card from the annual Arnold Schwarzenegger Sports Festival.

Going into his last fight, Jake had rebounded well after his first loss in 2016, securing six victories and a draw. Now, following his loss to Frank Sanchez Faure in January, Jake will look to get back into the win column again. Prior to his November 2015 pro debut, Jake was a football player at Pasadena City College in California. An injury ended Jake’s football career early and he then turned to boxing, competing in 70 amateur bouts and winning a bronze medal at the 2012 National Golden Gloves tournament. Jake is trained by his father, Willie Sr., a former cruiserweight boxer during the nineties.

Headlining Broadway Boxing on Thursday, August 29, will be featherweight contenders Toka Kahn “T Nice” Clary (26-2, 18 KOs), a native of Liberia, now fighting out of Providence, RI, and Irvin Gonzalez (12-1, 9 KOs), of Worcester, MA, in a 10-round contest.

World champion Alicia “The Empress” Napoleon-Espinosa (11-1, 6 KOs), of Lindenhurst, NY, will defend her WBA Super Middleweight title for the second time against undefeated world-ranked contender Schemelle Baldwin (3-0-1, 2 KOs), a four-time Golden Gloves champion from Newark, DE.

Tickets for the Broadway Boxing event, presented by Nissan of Queens, Azad Watches, OPTYX, Christos Steak House and Gagliardi Insurance, are priced at $125, $75 and $45, and can be purchased online at Foxwoods.com, Ticketmaster.com, by calling 800-200-2882, or visiting the Foxwoods box office. Foxwoods Resort Casino is located at 350 Trolley Line Boulevard, Mashantucket, Connecticut 06338. Doors will open to the Fox Theater at 6:30 p.m., with the first fight scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Official results and recap for ONE: Drams Of Gold

Bangkok, Thailand: ONE Championship™ (ONE) once again delivered a spectacular evening of world-class martial arts action. ONE: DREAMS OF GOLD, which took place at the Impact Arena in Bangkok last Friday night, 16 August comprised of compelling match-ups and thrilling finishes. In the main event, Ilias Ennahachi of the Netherlands stopped local favorite Petchdam Petchyindee Academy of Thailand to capture the ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Championship.

In the main event, Ilias Ennahachi of the Netherlands left the Thai crowd stunned after dethroning Petchdam Petchyindee Academy by third-round knockout to become the new ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Champion. Following a tempered opening round, Ennahachi picked up the pace in the second with some crisp boxing, tagging Petchdam with solid combinations. Although Petchdam was game all throughout the contest, Ennahachi finished the job in the third round, overwhelming the Thai star with even more punches to earn the knockout victory. Ennahachi, in his debut, became the first man to stop Petchdam on the ONE Super Series stage.

Kickboxing icon Giorgio “The Doctor” Petrosyan of Italy stormed into the Finals of the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix with a fantastic first-round knockout win over “Smokin” Jo Nattawut of Thailand. In the highly-anticipated rematch, Petrosyan and Nattawut stood toe-to-toe in the opening moments of the bout, with both strikers trading blows. With just seconds left in the round however, it was Petrosyan who was the last man standing, after connecting on a stiff left straight that separated Nattawut from his senses.

Two-sport World Champion Stamp Fairtex of Thailand made a successful return to mixed martial arts with a third-round submission win over India’s Asha “The Knockout Queen” Roka. After already showcasing her striking prowess by capturing the ONE Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing World Championships, Stamp displayed her improving ground game by taking Roka down and controlling her on the mat. In the third and final round, Stamp sent the Thai crowd into a frenzy by locking in a rear naked choke and forcing Roka to tap out.

France’s Samy “AK47” Sana punched his ticket to the ONE  Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Finals with a dominant decision victory over Russia’s Dzhabar “Genghis Khan” Askerov. It was all Sana throughout the three-round contest, as the towering Frenchman controlled the center of the ONE Circle and picked Askerov apart with punishing combinations. A knockdown in the opening round set the tone for Sana, as he never looked back and secured the biggest win of his ONE Super Series career so far.

Former ONE Strawweight World Champion Alex “Little Rock” Silva of Brazil returned to the winner’s circle with a second-round submission win over Indonesian star Stefer “The Lion” Rahardian. The submission specialist Silva brought the action to the ground early and wasted little time in looking for a submission. A high-level grappler in his own right, Rahardian managed to survive the Brazilian’s attempts. With just seconds left in the second round, Silva’s grappling pedigree became evident as he locked in an armbar to force Rahardian to tap out just before the bell.

Three-time Muay Thai world champion Muangthai “Elbow Zombie” PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym put on a show in front of his home country of Thailand with a unanimous decision win over WBC Japan Muay Thai Champion Kenta Yamada. Muangthai was the aggressor as he battered Yamada with his signature elbow strikes throughout the three-round contest. Yamada had his moments and kept the bout competitive but in the end, it wasn’t enough as Muangthai pulled out the decision victory.

Vietnamese-American knockout artist Thanh Le remained undefeated in his ONE Championship campaign after knocking out former ONE Lightweight World Champion Kotetsu “No Face” Boku in the first round. The hard-charging featherweight capped off a three-strike combination with a right hook that landed flush on Boku’s chin, sending the former champion to the mat. Le followed up with one more hammerfist on the ground before the referee called a stop to the bout, giving Le his second-straight knockout victory.

Lerdsila Phuket Top Team of Thailand was victorious by technical knockout after an arm injury rendered Cyprus’ Savvas “The Babyface Killer” Michael unable to continue in the second round of their ONE Super Series Flyweight Muay Thai bout.

Russian top bantamweight contender Yusup Saadulaev was undeniable in his domination of former ONE World Title challenger “Ottogi” Dae Hwan Kim en route to a unanimous decision win. Saadulaev was in the driver’s seat for the better part of the three-round bout, taking Kim down and attacking him with strikes to coast to a crucial bounce-back win.

In an exciting flyweight contest, Cambodia’s Chan Rothana edged out Cuban fan favorite Gustavo “El Gladiador” Balart via unanimous decision. Rothana put his height and reach advantage to good use as he outstruck Balart, but the Cuban was nothing short of aggressive in using his superior wrestling to get the action to the ground. After three action-packed rounds, it was Rothana who was awarded the decision victory.

Muay Thai star Bangpleenoi Petchyindee Academy of Thailand thrilled the Bangkok crowd with a majority decision win over England’s Liam Nolan. The two world-class strikers put on a Muay Thai clinic for three exciting rounds, much to the delight of the fans in attendance at the Impact Arena. In the end, it was Bangpleenoi who walked away with the massive win in front of his home country.

Japanese strawweight Ryuto “Dragon Boy” Sawada continued to impress on the ONE Championship stage by picking up a first-round submission win over Filipino-Indonesian athlete Aziz “The Krauser” Calim. Sawada overcame a size and reach advantage as he muscled Calim to the ground in the opening round. The ONE Warrior Series contract winner put on a grappling masterclass as he swiftly got to mount and transitioned to Calim’s back before locking in a rear naked choke for the quick submission victory.

Russian striking sensation Alaverdi “Babyface Killer” Ramazanov made quick work of Serbian-American Ognjen Topic, winning via technical knockout in just the first round. Ramazanov picked Topic apart with a storm of punches and kicks en route to a trio of knockdowns in just the opening round for the flawless finish.

Chinese bantamweight contender Zhao Zhi Kang kicked things off in spectacular fashion with a second-round submission win over Indonesian Paul “The Great King” Lumihi. Zhao was dominant from the opening bell as he was able to neutralize Lumihi with his high-level grappling. In the second round, Zhao took Lumihi down with ease and locked in a rear-naked choke, forcing a tap within moments.

Official results for ONE: DREAMS OF GOLD:
ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Championship bout: Ilias Ennahachi defeats Petchdam Petchyindee Academy by Knockout (KO) at 0:59 minutes of round 3
ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Semi-Final bout: Giorgio Petrosyan defeats Jo Nattawut by Knockout (KO) at 2:50 minutes of round 1
Mixed Martial Arts Women’s Atomweight bout: Stamp Fairtex defeats Asha Roka by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:29 minutes of round 3
ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Semi-Final bout: Samy Sana defeats Dzhabar Askerov by Majority Decision (MD) after 3 rounds
Mixed Martial Arts Strawweight bout: Alex Silva defeats Stefer Rahardian by Submission (Armbar) at 4:55 minutes of round 2
Muay Thai Bantamweight bout: Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym defeats Kenta Yamada by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds
Mixed Martial Arts Featherweight bout: Thanh Le defeats Kotetsu Boku by Knockout (KO) at 1:28 minutes of round 1
Muay Thai Flyweight bout: Lerdsila Phuket Top Team defeats Savvas Michael by Technical Knockout (TKO) at 0:29 minutes of round 2
Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight bout: Yusup Saadulaev defeats Dae Hwan Kim by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds
Mixed Martial Arts Flyweight bout: Chan Rothana defeats Gustavo Balart by Unanimous Decision (UD) after 3 rounds
Muay Thai Catchweight bout: Bangpleenoi Petchyindee Academy defeats Liam Nolan by Majority Decision (MD) after 3 rounds
Mixed Martial Arts Strawweight bout: Ryuto Sawada defeats Aziz Calim by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:09 minutes of round 1
Muay Thai Bantamweight bout: Alaverdi Ramazanov defeats Ognjen Topic by Technical Knockout (TKO) at 2:25 minutes of round 1
Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight bout: Zhao Zhi Kang defeats Paul Lumihi by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:08 minutes of round 2

Ryan Bader and Ilima-Lei Macfarlane Compete on ABC’s ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ This Sunday, Aug. 18

LOS ANGELES: Current Bellator Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion Ryan Bader (27-5), as well as the undefeated inaugural Bellator Women’s Flyweight World Champion Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (10-0), will both take part in a special episode of ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud this Sunday, Aug. 18.

The pair of Bellator champions make up two of the five contestants on “Team MMA” and are joined by former MMA champions Tyron Woodley, Chuck Liddell and Randy Couture. They face-off against “Team Nikki and Brie Bella,” which features twin athletes and top divas Nikki and Brie Bella, stars of Total Bellas. The teams compete in the second half of the episode airing this Sunday, Aug. 18 from 8-9 p.m. EST on ABC. The episode can also be viewed the next day on ABC.com, the ABC app and Hulu

Ryan Bader, one of Bellator’s two-division champions, will make his first heavyweight title defense next month when he meets Cheick Kongo in the main event of Bellator 226 at SAP Center at San Jose on Saturday, September 7 – an event streamed exclusively on DAZN.

Fighting out of Chandler, Ariz., the former two-time NCAA Division I All-American wrestler from Arizona State University began his professional career by winning season eight of The Ultimate Fighter and went on to sign with Bellator in 2017. Bader continued his path of dominance by collecting victories over some of the sport’s top talent, including wins over former world champions Fedor Emelianenko, “Rampage” Jackson, “King Mo” Lawal, Rashad Evans, Phil Davis (x2) and Rafael “Feijão” Cavalcante.

A native of Honolulu, inaugural Bellator women’s flyweight champ Ilima-Lei Macfarlane made her pro debut in 2015 with a KO victory that went viral and has not looked back since, remaining undefeated in her career to this point. A proud graduate of Honolulu’s Punahou High School in 2009, Macfarlane later attended San Diego State University, where she would go on to earn her Master’s degree in liberal arts and science with a focus on indigenous issues – a subject she remains passionate about, launching “The Ilimanator Scholarship” for indigenous girls last year. Most recently, Macfarlane was the focal point of Bellator’s debut in Hawaii, a successful back-to-back weekend that culminated in Ilima-Lei defending her title in front of a sold-out arena just minutes from where she grew up.

Hosted by the highly popular stand-up comedian, actor, author and Emmy Award-winner Steve Harvey, Celebrity Family Feud returns for its fifth season, kicking off ABC’s popular and expanded “Summer Fun & Games.” Once again, celebrities, along with their families, go head-to-head in a contest to name the most popular responses to survey-type questions posed to 100 people for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice.

The celebrity teams who will try to guess what the “survey said” are the following:

Team MMA; playing for Andy Vargas Foundation

  • Ilima-Lei Macfarlane – inaugural and current Bellator Women’s Flyweight World Champion
  • Ryan Bader – current Bellator Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion
  • Tyron Woodley – MMA fighter
  • Chuck Liddell – MMA Fighter
  • Randy Couture – MMA Fighter

Team Nikki and Brie Bella – stars of Total Bellas; playing for The V Foundation/Connor’s Cure

  • Lauren Jennifer Garcia – cousin
  • JJ Garcia – brother
  • Kathy Laurinaitis – mom

Celebrity Family Feud is produced by Fremantle and is taped in front of a live audience in Los Angeles, California. Gaby Johnston and Jennifer Mullin are executive producers.

New flyweight champion to be crowned at LFA 78 on October 4th

LAS VEGAS, Nevada: LFA CEO Ed Soares announced today that the promotion is headed to the Rockies this fall to crown a new flyweight champion. LFA 78 will see the promotion visit Colorado for the third time this year and the 1STBANK Center will be the host venue when LFA’s fifth-ever flyweight champion is crowned.

The main event of LFA 78 will feature a flyweight title fight between two former LFA title challengers when Brandon Royval faces Jerome Rivera in a rematch of their unforgettable 2018 encounter. LFA 78 – Royval vs. Rivera 2 takes place Friday, October 4th at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. The entire main card will be televised live and nationwide on AXS TV at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.

“We are excited to bring the LFA flyweight championship to Colorado,” stated Soares. “Brandon Royval and Jerome Rivera first fought each other at LFA 39. It was a highly-anticipated bout that ended early due to an unfortunate elbow injury that Rivera sustained, while bracing himself against the cage. Now that both men are fully healed and healthy, we will run this back with the title on the line at LFA 78.”

Tickets for LFA 78 – Royval vs. Rivera II are available for purchase through AltitudeTickets.com.

Royval (9-4) is one of LFA’s most popular fighters for his action-packed fighting style and undeniable gameness. The Factory X Muay Thai product will headline an LFA event for a third consecutive fight after seeing his star rise to new heights last fall. The 26-year-old is a veteran of seven fights in LFA, but his last three are the fights that put him on the map. When Royval’s teammate Sid Bice withdrew from the co-main event of LFA 48, Royval stepped up on short notice and defeated Charles Johnson with dominant striking. Two months later, Royval again answered the call on short notice, when LFA flyweight champion Maikel Perez withdrew from his title defense at LFA 53 with an injury. Royval faced Casey Kenney for the LFA interim flyweight title in an entertaining five-round fight. He did not get the win, but he earned another headlining bout against UFC veteran Joby Sanchez at LFA 65. This time, Royval went back to his roots and won the fight via first round armbar. Now the confident Coloradan is looking for LFA gold at LFA 78.

Rivera (8-2) is getting a shot at redemption after sustaining one of the most grisly injuries in MMA history during his first meeting with Royval. That bout came at LFA 39 in May of 2018 and had all the makings of a barn-burner. Both men came into the fight as highly-touted prospects coming from rival camps from the border states of Colorado and New Mexico. Furthermore, both men possess similar skill sets that guarantee fast pace and plenty of action, while standing and on the ground. However, the New Mexican somehow dislocated his elbow while bracing himself against the cage in the opening minute and his right arm was left dangling beside him during a gruesome scene. The bout was mercifully waived off by the referee and resulted in a Royval win via TKO. The incident came in what was supposed to be Rivera’s comeback fight after coming up short in his first shot at the title at LFA 14. Now the 24-year-old will be looking for redemption as well as LFA gold, when he gets another shot at both Royval and the LFA title at LFA 78.

Currently Announced Main Card (Televised on AXS TV at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT):

Main Event | Flyweight Title Bout (125 lb)
– Brandon Royval (9-4) vs. Jerome Rivera (8-2)

Co-Main Event | Welterweight Bout (170 lb)
– Anthony Adams (8-1) vs. Kassius Kayne (13-6)

Bantamweight Bout (135 lb)
– Adam Martinez (6-2) vs. Justin Wetzell (4-1)

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) signs Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship announced on Thursday that the promotion signed Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva.

BKFC president David Feldman states: “We are happy to announce the signing of ‘Bigfoot’ Silva to our roster. He has fought and beat some of the best in the world. We have some intriguing matchups that we are talking about with him now. I really expect great fights from Antonio.”

As of now, there is no news on when Silva’s debut with the promotion will happen. As we remember, Silva has victory wins in the likes of Alistair Overeem. Back in August 2017, Silva did announce he was venturing into the world of kickboxing after signing with GLORY. Silva fought heavyweight champ Rico Verhoeven in his debut but he did lose via second-round TKO.

Silva is currently scheduled to compete in the finale against French star Greg Tony who puts his World Kickboxing Network Super Heavyweight title on the line. To read more about this bout you can go here. Stay tuned as we will have more information on when “Bigfoot” will debut his Bare Knuckle fight with BKFC.