Luis Palomino wants to run things back with Jorge Masvidal.

The BKFC lightweight champion defended his title with a unanimous decision win over Tyler Goodjohn at BKFC 18 last night. As a result, he went 4-0 under the BKFC banner.

He then switched his attention to Masvidal who he notably defeated via split decision when they faced each other back in 2010.

“This is satisfaction because I hurt this man,” Palomino said about the fight with Goodjohn (via MMA Fighting). “This man has a history behind him from pro boxing, undefeated in England. He came over here hunting for me. He came here alone. For that, I respect Tyler Goodjohn.

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“I want to keep challenging myself. Jorge Masvidal, if you want your rematch … I’ll give you that rematch in a boxing ring.”

Palomino continued:

“So check this out, right. If you want your rematch, remember I beat you in (2010) eight pounds heavy. If you want your rematch — I know you’re under contract with the UFC — but I’ve seen Dave Feldman corner some people in a boxing match.

“So I’ll represent BKFC, you can represent the UFC and I’ll give you the rematch in the boxing ring with the respect and with Dave Feldman’s permission.”

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Could this happen? Probably not in reality, as Masvidal has nothing to gain from fighting a 40-year-old Palomino even if he does have a loss to him.

But it’s always worth shooting your shot.

Experienced freelance sports writer covering mixed martial arts (MMA) extensively for the last few years. Likes a good body shot.