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The Professional Fighters League (PFL), announced a continuation of PFL Europe's partnership with France’s most popular restaurant brand G La Dalle. The partnership encompasses PFL Europe’s first 2024 event live on March 7 from Accor Arena in Paris.

PFL Europe and G La Dalle launched a successful partnership in 2023 celebrating the breakout of Parisian superstar Cedric “The Best” Doumbe. Similar to Doumbe, G La Dalle is a prominent player in fashion, entertainment and sport; while possessing a keen understanding of French champions and European MMA.

"Partnering with the PFL for the second season of PFL Europe is a thrilling opportunity for G La Dalle, especially as the event kicks off in Paris on March 7," says Salim Rezzag Mahcene, G La Dalle’s CEO. "Our brand prides itself on being at the forefront of combining fast food with a flair for the modern and the dynamic, much like the energy and innovation seen in MMA.This partnership with the PFL allows us to engage directly with a community that shares our passion for excellence and the spirit of competition.”

Just last week it was announced that the Bellator “G.O.A.T.” Patricio Pitbull (35-7) will defend his Featherweight title for a ninth time when he meets Canada’s Jeremy Kennedy (19-3) in the co-main event. Pitbull, one of the most decorated fighters in MMA, conquered two weight classes simultaneously and holds the most wins in Bellator history.

The debut Bellator Champions Series Belfast event on March 22 is anchored by a battle for the vacant Bellator Light Heavyweight World Championship pitting former title challenger Corey Anderson (17-6, 1 NC) against Northern Ireland’s Karl Moore (12-2).

Ireland’s James "The Strabanimal" Gallagher (12-2) will be in action for the inaugural Bellator Champions Series event. He faces new challenger Brazil’s Leandro Higo (22-6). Gallagher and Higo were originally slated to face off in 2023.


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