PFL 6 in Atlantic City, New Jersey was a chance for the welterweight and middleweights in the league format to clinch a spot in the playoffs for a chance to win win $1-million dollars for their weight divisions.
The Professional Fighters League stay in Long Island continues this Thursday on Facebook Live and NBCSN Thursday night with Facebook prelims beginning at 6:30 pm EST. See the weigh-ins live here.The Professional Fighters League stay in Long Island continues this Thursday on Facebook Live and NBCSN Thursday night with Facebook prelims beginning at 6:30 pm EST. See the weigh-ins live here.
While Joao Zeferino (22-9) leads the welterweight standings in the current season for the Professional Fighters League (PFL), Ray Cooper III (14-4) picked up a very meaningful win at PFL 3 in Washington D.C. last week.
While Will Brooks won his main event, Robert Watley leads the way in the lightweight rankings in the PFL, earning five points with his second round finish of Thiago Tavares. If just goes to add to the urgency of finishing in the PFL if the72 fighters on the roster look to make their way to prize money for their weight class at the end of the 2018 season.
Carlos Silva and Ray Sefo were on the MMA Hour yesterday talking about the format of the Professional Fighter’s League (PFL) and this week will be their first event at Madison Square Garden. In their interview they explained how the fighters fight to earn points to be in what will be considered “play-offs” for the tournament format so they can be in the semi-finals and finals.
Middleweight MMA fighter Corey Turner (1-1) fought at LFA 36 on March 23 and lost in the first round due to what was originally diagnosed as a lacerated pancreas, his injury has gotten worse and he could use some help.
“Combate Estrellas II” will be headlined by a bantamweight (135 pounds) showdown featuring the homecoming of Monterrey native and world-ranked superstar, Erik “Goyito” Perez (17-6), making his much-anticipated Combate Americas promotional debut in a rematch against U.S. battler and old rival David “D.J.” Fuentes (13-10).