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Send Me Location


Meet me at the playgrounds, parks, and other destinations have been designated as the meeting place for difference to be settled.  The Mixed Martial Artist of the Professional Fighters League (PFL) want to prove who among them is the best in their respective weight classes and now they have the locations where fighters will take place.


The PFL’s 2024 season will kick off on April 4 at the Boeing Center in San Antonio, Texas, and will continue until August, with events in Las Vegas, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington D.C. The season will culminate in the PFL Playoffs in October, where the top four fighters in each of the six weight classes will compete in single-elimination brackets for a spot in the PFL World Championship on December 31. As has been their custom since inception, each divisional winner will receive $1 Million Dollars along the title of PFL Season Champion.


The 2024 PFL season will also feature some of the biggest names in MMA, as the league has signed several former Bellator champions and contenders, as well as rising stars from its own PFL Europe series. The PFL’s CEO, Peter Murray, said that the addition of these fighters will make the 2024 season the most competitive and exciting one yet.


“The toughest test in MMA, The PFL Regular Season, just got tougher with the addition of stars from Bellator,” Murray said. “The PFL is excited to kick off the 2024 Regular Season in front of our great fans in San Antonio, Las Vegas and Chicago. This promises to be the biggest Regular Season in history, with the PFL heading to ten top markets around the country and distribution to 160 countries around the world.”



Some of the notable fighters who will join the PFL in 2024 include:

  • Liz Carmouche, the former Bellator women’s flyweight champion and UFC title challenger, who will compete in the PFL’s newly created women’s flyweight division. Fellow Flyweight Dakota Ditcheva will participate in the Championships League this season. The 2023 PFL Europe champion and a global sensation who has won all but one of her fights by knockout or submission

  • Phil Davis, the former Bellator light heavyweight champion and UFC veteran, who will challenge the reigning PFL light heavyweight champion, Impa Kasanganay, who went undefeated in 2023. Davis will also have to contend with talent like Jakub Nedoh, the 2023 PFL Europe champion and a knockout artist from Slovakia

  • Patricky Pitbull, the former Bellator lightweight world champion and the brother of Bellator’s double champion, Patricio Pitbull will join the PFL’s stacked lightweight division, which includes Clay Collard, the former boxer and UFC fighter who made headlines in 2023 with his spectacular knockouts and upsets

  • Andrey Koreshkov, the former Bellator welterweight world champion and one of the most dominant fighters in Bellator history. Koreshkov will make his PFL debut in the welterweight division, where undefeated Russian prospect Magomed Umalatov fights. Umlatov has 5 fights under the PFL Banner.


The PFL’s 2024 season will also feature the return of some of its 2023 champions, such as Jesus Pinedo, the featherweight champion and the pride of Peru, who became the first Peruvian MMA world champion in history. Timur Khizriev, the undefeated Russian phenom comes over from the Bellator roster looking to keep his streak going and claim his first championship.


The PFL’s 2024 season will begin on April 4, and will be available live in the U.S. across ESPN, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes. For more information, visit the PFL’s official website at pflmma.com

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