Unfortunately BKFC 36 loses one of it’s best fights on the card as Quentin Henry was forced to pull out due to a recurring foot injury from 2019. Henry is 5-2 under the promotion with his only losses coming from Chris Leben and Lorenzo Hunt. Henry was looking to make his name known in his home state of Louisiana with the promotion’s debut in the state.
Quentin Henry is one of BKFC’s most exciting fighters producing some fantastic knockouts with a never back down attitude in a fight. He’s notched some great wins over Brandon Malbrough, Jason Fann, Jay Fish, and Chris Sarro.
EXCLUSIVE: Quentin Henry (@TheHeroHenry) out of his bout at BKFC 36 due to a foot injury.
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— Blaine Henry (@BlaineHenryTFL) February 24, 2023
Quentin Henry: Firefighter and Bare Knuckle Boxer
As mentioned earlier, Quentin Henry has had a great career so far in BKFC and bare knuckle boxing. He’s never seen a fourth round and always is hunting a finish. With him being out of BKFC 36, the card suffers a big loss and an exciting fight that could have been.
Henry’s run through BKFS started at BKFC 7 when he knocked out Brandon Malbrough and lost his mind at the performance. He went viral and from then on out it was nothing but greatness from Henry.
Quentin Henry took on Jason Fann at BKFC 15 and knocked him out in 25 seconds. After stumbling against Chris Leben, he rebounded against Jason Fish with a brutal second round performance. His next win was over Chris Sarro, a former Golden Gloves boxer. He returned five months later and finished Sawyer Depee with a jab at 18 seconds into round 2.
In his last fight, Quentin Henry fought Lorenzo Hunt in one of BKFC’s best fights in history for the vacant light heavyweight title. There, he suffered his second career loss but had a great account of himself. He was hoping to rebound against Idrees Wasi and get himself back in the title picture. But with this injury that will be postponed a bit.