11-2-0
LORENZO THE JUGGERNAUT HUNT
Current Rank
Champion - Cruiserweight
Champion - Light Heavyweight
#3 - Pound for Pound
Height
183 CM / 6'0"
Nationality
United States of America
Weight
107.184 KG / 236 LBS
Nickname
THE JUGGERNAUT
Age
41
Reach
75 in / 190.5 cm
Social Media
Pro Bare Knuckle Record 11-2-0 Wins-Losses-Draws

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Watch
Loss MICK TERRILL BKFC KNUCKLEMANIA IV
Apr 27 2024
Win CHRIS CAMOZZI BKFC 50 DENVER
Sep 22 2023
Win Mike Richman BKFC KNUCKLEMANIA 3
Feb 17 2023
Win QUENTIN HENRY BKFC 30 Hunt vs Henry
Oct 01 2022
Win JOE RIGGS BKFC 24 Hunt vs Riggs
Apr 30 2022
Win Héctor Lombard BKFC 22 Lombard vs Hunt
Nov 12 2021
Win JOSH DYER BKFC 17 Birmingham
Apr 30 2021
Win Robert Morrow KNUCKLEMANIA
Feb 05 2021
Win Davian Green BKFC 14 Palomino vs Alers
Nov 13 2020
Win ERICK LOZANO BKFC 12 Alves vs Lane
Sep 11 2020
Loss Gustavo Trujillo BKFC 10 Lombard vs. Mundell
Feb 15 2020
Win Reggie Pena BKFC 8: Silva vs. Gonzaga
Oct 19 2019

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Fighter Bio

Twitter LORENZO THE JUGGERNAUT HUNT

LORENZO
HUNT
11-2-0

Born September 9, 1982, pound for pound king Lorenzo Hunt has had a combat sports career dating back to 2013, starting off in his native Florida's MMA scene as an amateur, then turning pro two years later. The Juggernaut fought in MMA promotions like RFC and Titan FC earning all of his professional wins by knockout. Once he entered the world of bare-knuckle boxing, it seems he never looked back going on a wild tear straight to the top of two divisions in the world's premier bare-knuckle fighting promotion.

A relatively private individual, Hunt is a family man who credits much of his success to the love he receives from those closest to him. His social media is flooded with fighting/training footage and his loved ones along with some viral moments he's been involved in with the BKFC.

He trains with Elvin Brito in Puerto Rico often and they mix conventional training with unorthodox methods. Punching tires up hills, wrestling goats, hitting piles of packed in dirt, all seemingly a part of an effective training regimen for Hunt along with sparring and cardio work. He also trained Bryce Hall before his massive upset win against the, at the time undefeated Gee Perez.

Hunt is criticized by all of his opponents for being too cocky, too brash, too full of himself, but being locked into the top 5 pound for pound rankings in the world's most brutal combat sport gives a man a reason to be proud of his accomplishments.

There's no doubt Lorenzo 'The Juggernaut' Hunt has elevated the sport of bare-knuckle boxing. Anyone standing opposite from him in the Squared Circle is in for the fight of their life and if you ask him, he's going to retire with both belts and retire many fighters along the way. Since day one, Hunt has been everything that a BKFC fighter embodies. Anytime he's on a card, you can expect fireworks in the lead up to fight night, at the press conference, during the fight and after.

He's beaten former UFC champion Joe Riggs, UFC veteran Chris Camozzi, BKFC interim light heavyweight champion and legend Mike Richman, BKFC title contenders Quintin Henry, Erick Lozano, Josh Dyer and many more.

Be sure to tune in anytime the Juggernaut is knuckling up!