Oh, Luis Palomino, the two-division BKFC champion who always manages to steal the spotlight. But alas, he couldn’t be part of the most recent marquee card in April. How tragic!
BKFC 41 in Denver was a blast, with Mike Perry taking down ex-UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold in the main event. The real excitement started when Perry called out none other than UFC superstar Conor McGregor, who just happened to be there that night. Talk about perfect timing!
Now, imagine if Palomino had been there too. It definitely wouldn’t have been a friendly encounter like it was between Perry and McGregor.
In his own words: “Good thing I wasn’t there… It would have been a problem. I would have snatched that belt right off his shoulder. Who knows what else would have happened.” Oh snap!
McGregor’s unexpected appearance at BKFC 41 along with his social media posts and interviews stating his interest in bare-knuckle fighting only added fuel to the fire generated by this epic event.
Sure, chances are slim that we’ll ever see McGregor leave the UFC for greener pastures like BKFC. But hey, dream big! Palomino is ready to roll out the red carpet if that unlikely scenario becomes reality.
<p id="IYRH3A"Say what you will about McGregor; love him or hate him – but don't mess with Palomino's title! He worked damn hard for that gold through bloodshed and broken knuckles.
So, McGregor, if you ever step foot into Palomino’s ring, don’t expect an easy ride. Everyone wants to challenge the best in BKFC. And guess who they have to go through? That’s right – Luis Palomino himself.
Who knows? A showdown between McGregor and Palomino might seem like a wild imagination running loose. But hey, stranger things have happened!
Remember when we never thought we’d witness McGregor vs Mayweather? Look how that turned out! So, ladies and gentlemen, let your imaginations run wild because anything is possible.
If McGregor genuinely decides to venture into the realm of bare-knuckle fighting (after all his recent retirement teases), Palomino believes it could happen. He’s certain that unlike other UFC veterans who shied away from facing him recently (we’re looking at you), the fiery Irishman won’t back down from a challenge.
“Say what you want about Conor but deep down he loves being a warrior and taking on the best,” proclaimed Palomino. “That’s why he stands apart from others. He craves that challenge of going up against the ultimate competitors – and I am just that.”
So mark these words: if McGregor ever dares to take off those gloves, 100 percent guaranteed this epic clash will become a reality.
Luis Palomino wishes he ran into Conor McGregor at BKFC 41: ‘I would have snatched that belt off his shoulder’