Former Bellator champion Hector Lombard finally got back to winning ways last night. The 42-year-old fight veteran picked up a unanimous decision victory over David Mundell in his Bare Knuckle FC debut.

Lombard’s main event win at BKFC 10 at the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Convention Center snapped the six-fight losing streak that brought his UFC career to an end. The Cuban-Australian fighters unanimous decision victory came by scores of 49-46, 48-47, and 48-47 in a cruiserweight bout which was his first win since beating Jake Shields in March 2014.

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Speaking post-fight Lombard was happy to get the win and experience a new type of fighting under the BKFC banner.

“I was aggressive, and I scored the points,” Lombard said after the bout. “He was backing up the whole time, but my hat off to him. I never thought it was going to be that tough, but he put up a good fight.

“I wanted to be in bare knuckle because I wanted the experience, and now I have it,” he continued. “I’m pretty sure I have to change my gameplan and some little things, but it was an amazing experience.” (Transcribed by MMA Junkie)

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BKFC 10 Results

Hector Lombard def. David Mundell via unanimous decision (49-46, 48-47, 48-47)

Jim Alers def. Kaleb Harris via majority decision (47-47, 50-44, 48-46)

Luis Palamino def. Elvin Brito via unanimous decision (49-46, 50-45, 50-45)

Ulysses Diaz def. Brian Maxwell via TKO in Round 1

Dat Nguyen def. Abdiel Valazquez via KO in Round 1

Gustavo Trujillo def. Lorenzo Hunt via TKO in Round 1

Francesco Ricchi def. Fred Pierce via TKO in Round 1

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Travis Thompson def. Joshua Boudreaux via TKO in Round 2

Reggie Barnett Jr. def. Matt Murphy via TKO in Round 2

Should Hector Lombard continue in bare knuckle boxing or return to mixed martial arts?