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Alan Belcher vows to KO Frank Tate within a minute in 'BKFC Jackson 2' main event: "That's the only way it goes down"

Cole Shelton - June 7, 2022

Alan Belcher is set to headline his first BKFC event since coming out of retirement. After Belcher dropped a technical decision to Michael Bisping at UFC 159 in 2013, he proceeded to retire from the sport due to an eye injury he sustained in the fight. After years away from the fight game, ‘The Talent’ decided to sign on with BKFC in 2021, a move which he says needed to happen.

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Just Scrap Radio Ep. 81 with Jiri Prochazka, Alan Belcher, and Jack Della Maddalena

Cole Shelton - June 7, 2022

The 81st episode of Just Scrap Radio on with host Cole Shelton is live ahead of UFC 275 and BKFC Jackson 2. We’re first joined by one-half of the main event and the second-ranked light heavyweight Jiri Prochazka (2:03). BKFC heavyweight Alan Blecher then stops by (16:32). Closing out the program is UFC welterweight Jack Della Maddalena (37:28).

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Former UFC middleweight Alan Belcher wins boxing debut at heavyweight

Adam D Martin - November 24, 2021

Former UFC middleweight contender Alan Belcher recently won his professional boxing debut at heavyweight for the Summit FC promotion. At age 37, Belcher made his professional boxing debut on November 6 at Summit FC 39 when he tough on Ryan Shough. Belcher ended up winning the fight in the second round by knockout, which was impressive. But even more impressive than actually winning the fight is Belcher’s incredible physique. Years after leaving the UFC due to a then-career-ending eye injury, Belcher looks to be in the absolute best shape of his life. Watch below as Belcher shows off his improved boxing skills with a brutal one-punch knockout of Shough.

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Photo | Former UFC fighter Alan Belcher looks almost unrecognizable ahead of BKFC debut

Chris Taylor - July 31, 2021

Former UFC fighter Alan Belcher looks almost unrecognizable ahead of his BKFC heavyweight debut which is set for August 20. Belcher (18-8 MMA) has not competed in combat sports since 2013, where he suffered a technical decision loss to Michael Bisping in a UFC middleweight bout.