What is TrillerTV? How to live stream BKFC 57: Luis Palomino vs. Austin Trout on social media, sports app

Boxing champion Austin Trout continues his quest to dominate two sports when he competes in another bare knuckle fight against Luis Palomino on February 2. The fight is for the Bare Knuckle FC lightweight title. 

Trout turned pro in boxing in 2005 and is a former WBA super welterweight champion. “No Doubt” is on a 6-1-1 run and a six-fight win streak. The 38-year-old joined BKFC in February 2023, beating Diego Sanchez in New Mexico. His last pro boxing fight was in October, and Trout is still interested in competing in the ring. He also wants to prove himself without gloves. 

“I still have plans to get another world title in boxing, but man, when they said, ‘Would you ever do bare knuckle?,’ I watched it, I’m a fan… I’m already looking at the landscape,” Trout told MMA Junkie Radio via Sportskeeda. “So when they asked me, ‘Would you do it?,’ Would I? That takes me back to my roots. I’m from New Mexico. That’s a desert out there, and fighting is one of the things we do out there a lot. So bare knuckle is taking me back to my New Mexican roots.”

Palomino turned pro in MMA in 2006. “Baboon” is a former XFC featherweight champion and fought for the WSOF lightweight title, losing against Justin Gaethje. His last MMA fight was a decision loss in 2019 against Claudio Quintana.

WATCH: Bare Knuckle FC 57, live on TrillerTV

The 43-year-old turned to bare knuckle in 2020. He beat Isaac Vallie-Flagg to win the BKFC lightweight title. In 2022, he beat Elvin Brito to win the BKFC welterweight title. His last fight was a win in June against James Lilley.

The best way to watch a BKFC event is via TrillerTV. 

What is Triller?

Triller is a video-sharing social networking service. It allows users to create and share short videos, including videos manually set to music or otherwise have it sync automatically via artificial intelligence technology. Released for Android and iOS in 2015, it has evolved to include social networking features after originally operating as a video editing app.

Triller has a heavy association with the music business, having deals in place with Spotify and Apple Music to use songs from their libraries. Proxima Media is the majority investor, but Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and Universal Music Group have also invested in the app. Several artists have invested in the app as well, including Marshmello, The Weeknd, Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne.

In 2021, Triller acquired FITE TV, a streaming service that focuses on combat sports. Triller acquired a majority interest in BKFC in 2022. 

MORE: Who is the No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world?

“We feel that by combining with Triller and bringing BKFC into the Trillerverz we can supercharge the growth even further than we have, and quickly bring BKFC further into the mainstream. Triller’s access to talent and marketing prowess combined with our innovative production value and massive loyal following is truly a case where 1+1 = 11. All I can say that with this partnership, BKFC has cemented itself as a major player in the combat sports world,” said BKFC Founder and CEO Dave Feldman via Global Newswire. “All the raw authenticity that our fans have come to expect will remain the same and all programming will remain on the BKTV app.”

How to watch Bare Knuckle FC 57

Fans in the U.S. can watch Bare Knuckle FC 57 through FITE/TrillerTV and traditional pay-per-view formats.

Region TV channel Live streaming
USA TrillerTV
Canada TBA
UK and Ireland TBA
Australia TBA

Bare Knuckle FC 57 PPV price: How much does Luis Palomino vs. Austin Trout cost? 

  • The standalone PPV price on TrillerTV is $9.99
  • You can join TrillerTV for $7.99/month or $69.99/year

WATCH: Bare Knuckle FC 57, live on TrillerTV

When is Bare Knuckle FC 57: Luis Palomino vs. Austin Trout?

Bare Knuckle FC 57 is on February 2. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET. Palomino and Trout should make their way to the ring around 11:15 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last. 

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Card Start Time
USA and Canada (ET) Friday, February 2 8 p.m ET 11:15 p.m. ET
USA and Canada (PT) Friday, February 2 5 p.m. PT 8:15 p.m. ET
UK and Ireland Saturday, February 3 1 a.m. GMT 4:15 a.m. GMT
Australia Saturday, February 3 12 p.m. AEDT 3:15 p.m. AEDT

Bare Knuckle FC 57 fight card

  • Luis Palomino vs. Austin Trout for the BKFC lightweight title
  • Bryce Henry vs. Robbie Peralta; Lightweights
  • Chris Garcia vs. Albert Inclan; Flyweights
  • John Michael Escoboza vs. Isaac Doolittle; Cruiserweights
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