BYB 13 Tampa Brawl For It All Results

A Pair of New Champions Crowned at BYB 13: Tampa Brawl For It All
Desmond Green defeats three-time BKB champion Scott McHugh to be crowned the inaugural BYB Middleweight Champion along with the Police Gazette Diamond Belt.
DJ Linderman stops Tony Lopez on a TKO/DS after the 6th Round to win BYB Heavyweight Title.   

Tampa, FL – BYB returned to the Florida State Fairgrounds on Saturday, November 19 with BYB 13 Tampa Brawl For It All featuring 9 hard-hitting bare knuckle brawls. 

  • Desmond Green knockedout Scott McHugh in the 3rd Round to become the inaugural BYB Middleweight Champion and claim the Police Gazette Diamond Belt.
  • Doctors stopped the match before fighters came out for the 7th and DJ Linderman defeated champion Tony Lopez by TKO for the BYB Heavyweight belt.
  • Monica Medina defeated Jessica Link by UD after 5 in a super featherweight women’s battle.  
  • Ukraine’s Bovar Khanakov defeated Isaac Freeman by unanimous decision in a 5-Round slugfest.  
  • Christopher Gonzalez picked up his first win in the Trigon besting John Birdsong by 1st Round KO.
  • Julio Tanori shocked and thrilled the crowd with a 2nd Round KO over Toby Misech.
  • Cub Hawkins continued his impressive run in the Trigon, remaining undefeated with a 1st Round KO over newcomer Garrett Call.
  • Art Parker defeated Matt Strickland by 1st Round TKO in a battle of heavyweights. 
  • Jarome Hatch opened the night with a 1st Round TKO over Scott O’Shaughnessy.

Bare Knuckle Fighting Pioneer Dada 5000 Makes Return to the Trigon

Bare Knuckle Fighting Pioneer Dada 5000 Makes Return to the Trigon

Dhafir “Dada 5000” Harris will face off in a special attraction match on November 19 at BYB 13 Tampa Brawl for it All at the Florida State Fairgrounds.

Miami, FL – BYB Extreme announced today that company co-founder and bare knuckle fighting pioneer Dhafir “Dada 5000” Harris will make a return to the ring in the patented mighty Trigon on November 19, 2022 at BYB 13 Tampa Brawl for it All at the Florida State Fairgrounds.

Harris has done and seen it all in the fight world. His organized backyard events at the world-famous Greenhouse in West Perrine attracted notoriety throughout South Florida before going viral online and making him a household name. That success, along with his business savvy and creative vision, lead to, among other things, his co-founding BYB Extreme Fighting Series, being the subject of the blockbuster Netflix documentary Dawg Fight, and headlining Bellator 149 in what would be the promotion’s most watched event.

The November 19 heavyweight bare knuckle matchup against Matt Strickland, marks Harris’ first in-ring action since 2016.

On his return:

“I have a lot left inside of me and can be a breath of fresh air to what has become a very stale fight game. I’m one of the last of that original breed of modern mixed martial artists.  I’m recognizable and people identify with what they are familiar with. I want to do this for the fans as much as for myself.”

On being in the best shape of his life:

“I work out 2-3 hours a day in the gym, can bench press 225 pounds 30 times with ease, and I can go out and run a 4.4/4.5 40-yard dash. More importantly, my body hasn’t taken the bumps alot of fighters my size and age have. I have low miles and with little damage.”

On his debut in the Trigon:

“I am a smart fighter.  I make a game plan and then I go out and execute it.  The Trigon plays right into my style.  I can cut the ring off and use it to my benefit.  The fight is easy.  We start close and when I come out with my power, there’s nowhere to go.”

BYB 13’s lineup features a trio of title matches. BYB’s Desmond Green will take on BKB’s Scott McHugh for both the BYB Middleweight title and the Police Gazette World Diamond Belt.  BYB Champion Paty Juarez and Tampa’s Monica Medina will face off in a rematch for the BYB Women’s Lightweight Title and Police Gazette women’s 135 Diamond Belt. Tony Lopez, undefeated in the Trigon, makes his first heavyweight title defense as he takes on challenger DJ Linderman.

To buy tickets, visit bybtickets.com.  The event will be broadcast live and exclusively on the Stadium App and WatchStadium.com, with prime time, multi-night replays to air on Stadium’s over the top (OTT) and over the air (OTA) platforms. To download the Stadium app or to find out how and where else to view, visit watchstadium.com/where-to-watch.

ABOUT BYB

Originating in South Florida with backyard legend Dada 5000, whose backyard fights gained worldwide popularity online, BYB was founded to harness the excitement of bare knuckle boxing into a more structured product for a wider, more mainstream audience. Since 2015, BYB has worked diligently to grow the reach of bare knuckle boxing on both a domestic and international level, hosting events in Wyoming, Mississippi, Florida and London, and is continuing to work with athletic commissions throughout the United States globally to expand the fanbase growing sport of bare knuckle boxing. For more information on BYB, visit bybextreme.com and follow @bybextreme on social.

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BYB X Biloxi Brawl: Full Results & Official Images

Paty Juarez Successfully Defends BYB Lightweight Championship in a Split Decision Win over Biloxi’s Monica Medina; Crowned Inaugural Police Gazette Women’s 135-Pound Diamond Champion
Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez defeats Jordan Mitchell to be crowned inaugural BYB Heavyweight Champion

Photo Credits: BYB Extreme / Gerardo Ramos / Steven Rothman

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BILOXI, MS (May 28, 2022) – BYB Extreme made its Mississippi debut this weekend at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum with ten action-packed bare knuckle brawls in BYB’s patented Trigon. Headlined by a pair of title bouts, the historic evening featured three women’s matches, including the main event which pitted undefeated BYB Lightweight Champion Paty Juarez against talented hometown fighter Monica Medina.

Juarez and Medina went 7 rounds and saw Juarez win on split decision. In addition to retaining her title, Juarez was named the inaugural Police Gazette women’s 135 Diamond Belt, just the 19th to be awarded in the organization’s 141-year history.

In the co-main event, after weeks of trash talk, Tony Lopez was crowned the first BYB Heavyweight Champion, controlling Jordan Mitchell for most of the contest before referee Bobby Wombacher stopped it in the 2nd.

Multi-sport fighter Lorawnt-t Nelson and Ricardo Franco slugged it our latest BYB-BKB pairing, with Nelson stopping Franco by TKO in the 2nd.

Robert Serna impressed in his bare knuckle debut against hard-hitting Mattia Fonda with a 3rd round TKO.

After 5 solid rounds, Miranda Barber scored the split decision against Sonya Dreiling, improving her bare knuckle record to 2-0 and setting up a matchup with Jozette Cotton.

Joey Angelo and Brandon Johnson looked poised to go the distance before a torn biceps prevented Angelo from starting the 5th and final round of their cruiserweight matchup, giving Johnson the TKO.

The show opened up with back-to-back 1st round knockouts as Mark Irwin defeated Spencer Ruggeri improving to a perfect 2-0 in bare knuckle, and Nick Hawkins impressing in his bare knuckle debut toppling Mumia Abu Dey Ali. Jamie Driver followed up with a first round TKO over Randine Eckholm.

Full results:

  • Paty Juarez SD7 over Monica Medina
  • Tony Lopez TKO2 over Jordan Mitchell
  • Lorawnt-T Nelson TKO2 over Ricardo Franco (BKB)
  • Robert Serna TKO3 over Mattia Fonda
  • Miranda Barber SD5 over Sonya Dreiling
  • Brandon Johnson TKO4 over Joey Angelo
  • Isaac Freeman TKO2 over Randall Hedderick
  • Jamie Driver TKO1 over Randine Eckholm
  • Nick Hawkins KO1 over Mumia Abu Dey Ali
  • Mark Irwin KO1 over Spencer Ruggeri

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