Britain Hart was forced to withdraw from the BKFC rematch against Bec Rawlings because of a medical emergency. The fight is expected to be rescheduled


Britain Hart has been forced out of her upcoming rematch with Bec Rawlings after suffering a medical emergency that will prevent her from competing on the upcoming BKFC card in Omaha, Neb. on May 13.

BKFC officials announced the news on Monday while naming Dakota Cochrane vs. Josh Dyer as the new main event.

Hart later took to her Instagram account to explain the painful ordeal that led to her removal from the fight against Rawlings.

” I have to withdraw from my fight [May 13],” Hart stated. Bec Rawlings, my opponent, needs to know that I am sorry. She’s eager to return. This is really awful. This is every fighter’s pain. This is a lot more than just fighting. That was what led to the final decision.

“Being pregnant was a happy moment for me and Joey [Beltran]. However, it also made things very confusing and difficult with all the fighting going on at once and everything being so early. We were going to announce it at Joey’s fight, and that’s when we went to the doctor before Joey’s fight — we found out the baby doesn’t have a heartbeat and a few other complicated things, don’t need to go into detail about. But obviously it was really hard hearing that.”

Hart was informed by BKFC officials of the bad news and she decided not to fight Rawlings.

“Fighting seems easy when compared with real life, ’cause real-life hits f ****** far harder than being knocked out of a ring or any consequence,” Hart stated. We know that life is hard .”


The expectation is that Hart vs. Rawlings will be rebooked for a later date, although there’s no timeline when that might happen.

Rawlings was set to make her BKFC return after going undefeated in the promotion in 2018-19 with a perfect 3-0 record prior to her move back to MMA with Bellator.

Rawlings subsequently went 1-1 with Bellator before her contract expired during the global pandemic, which caused her problems with travel due to her location in Australia.

Rawlings eventually signed a new multi-fight contract to return to BKFC, but it appears her return will have to wait until a later date.

Hart anticipates her next fight will still come against Rawlings as she looks to avenge a split decision loss from their first encounter back in 2018.

” Hart stated that he was certain that there would be an announcement of a new date. Hart said, “I believe that this struggle and pain will push me harder. I’m grateful that I have a space and an outlet to vent my anger and keep moving forward .”