Anthony Pettis

PFL 4 is set for June 10 across the ESPN networks with Anthony Pettis meeting Alexander Martinez in a win-or-go-home bout.

Pettis dropped his PFL debut and will need to score a win over Martinez to keep his hopes of advancing alive, who earned a win in his first bout.

The card will also feature Bubba Jenkins back in action after he bested former two-time PFL champion Lance Palmer. Jenkins will meet Anthony Dizy in another regular season contest. 

Like Pettis, Palmer and Natan Schulte face must-win fights on the June card.

“There were some notable upsets in the first half of the season and our featherweight and lightweight fighters know this is their last chance to book their tickets to the playoffs,” said PFL President of Fighter Operations, Ray Sefo. “Every athlete has a chance at becoming a world champion and all fighters can still qualify for the PFL playoffs. With a win or go home scenario, this is what the PFL is all about.” 

PFL 4 is the last chance for the featherweights and lightweights to earn playoff spot during the PFL regular season. With six weight divisions (featherweight, lightweight, welterweight, light heavyweight, women’s lightweight, heavyweight) the top four fighters with the most points in each division will make the playoffs.

In the playoffs, fighters compete to punch their ticket to the 2021 PFL world championship, the biggest night in MMA – 6 title fights in one night, the winner of each earns $1 million. 60 fighters started the season – only 24 will qualify for the playoffs.

The 2021 PFL Season continues on June 10 on ESPN2, ESPN3 (Spanish broadcast) and ESPN+ in primetime. The remaining Regular Season events will take place on June 17, and June 25. 

Full Card: 

ESPN2 Card

Anthony Pettis vs. Alex Martinez

Bubba Jenkins vs. Anthony Dizy 

Brendan Loughnane vs. Tyler Diamond

ESPN+ Card

Clay Collard vs Joilton Lutterbach

Natan Schulte vs. Mikhail Odintsov

Lance Palmer vs. Lazar Stojadinovic

Marcin Held vs. Olivier Aubin-Mercier

Akhmed Aliev vs. Loik Radzhabov

Movlid Khaybulaev vs. Sheymon Moraes

Chris Wade vs Arman Ospanov

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