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Gorjan Slaveski vs. Jake Lindsey: Fight time, live stream, full card, more for BKFC 49 bout

Gorjan Slaveski and Jake Lindsey are set to face off in the ring on Friday, August 25 in a welterweight bout. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

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General view of the ring during the BKFC KnuckleMania event at RP Funding Center on February 5, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images

The Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship is back, as the BKFC welterweight title is up for grabs this Friday, August 25. No. 1 contender Gorjan Slaveski (5-0) takes on Jake Lindsey (4-0) in the main event of BKFC 49 live from Miami-Dade Fairgrounds in Florida.

How to watch Gorjan Slaveski vs. Jake Lindsey

The preliminary card gets going at 8 p.m. ET, with the main card scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. ET.

The full BKFC 49 card will be streamed live on Fite.TV. You can purchase it monthly for $7.99 or annually for $69.99. Once you have access to the Slaveski vs. Lindsey pay-per-view event, you’ll be able to watch the fight either on the FITE.TV+ or using the FITE.TV apps available for various platforms like iOS, Google Play and Roku.

Fighter history

Slaveski is a fighter out of Indiana by way of Macedonia. He made his Bare Knuckle debut in April 2022 and last year defeated Yosdenis Cedeno by fourth-round stoppage in at welterweight world title eliminator match. Four of his five wins have come by KO/TKO.

Lindsey is a former MMA fighter, who made his Bare Knuckle debut in October 2021. In his last bout he defeated Connor Tierney by way of fourth-round stoppage at BKFC 37 in London. The 37-year-old out of Kansas looks to continue his unbeaten streak and take home a belt.

Fighter odds

This fight is an exhibition and it does not have any odds on Draftkings Sportsbook.

Full card for Gorjan Slaveski vs. Jake Lindsey

  • Main event: Gorjan Slaveski vs. Jake Lindsey, 5 rounds, for vacant BKFC welterweight title
  • Bryce Henry vs. Tom Shoaff, 5 rounds, lightweight
  • Bryan Duran vs. Dakota Highpine, 5 rounds, featherweight
  • Justin Ibarrola vs. Anthony Foye, 5 rounds, bantamweight