PFL 4 Headed To Atlanta, Lightweights, Light Heavyweights
The second half of the PFL regular season kicks off this June with PFL 4 featuring Clay Collard and Alexander Martinez in the main event.
Lightweights and light heavyweights will comprise the PFL 4 fight card.
The promotion announced the lineup for the first event of the second half of the regular season. The action shifts from Texas to Atlanta and the OTE Arena on June 17.
In the main event, Clay Collard will battle Alexander Martinez in lightweight action. The co-main event boasts 2021 champion Antonio Carlos Junior, as he continues his light heavyweight quest against Bruce Souto.
Reigning lightweight champion Raush Manfio is also scheduled, along with Jeremy Stephens.
”The first half of the 2022 PFL Regular Season saw unmatched action and excitement that can only be generated in the unique season based format the Professional Fighters League offers,” said PFL CEO Peter Murray. “As we head into the 2022 Seasons second half the stakes are higher with Playoff berths and positioning in the balance. The PFL cannot wait to continue what has been an incredible season and bring the best in MMA to the millions of fans around the globe.”
The action airs live on ESPN and ESPN+.
”The PFL has the best roster in MMA which was on full display in our first three Regular Season events”, said Ray Sefo, President of Fighter Operations of the PFL. “At PFL 4 fans will see the heart and desire of our athletes as they fight their way to the Playoffs.”
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PFL 4 Fight Card
ESPN Card (Simulcast on ESPN Deportes and ESPN+)
Clay Collard vs. Alexander Martinez
Antonio Carlos Jr. vs. Bruce Souto
Raush Manfio vs. Olivier Aubin-Mercier
Jeremy Stephens vs. Myles Price
Omari Akhmedov vs. Teodoras Aukstuolis
Natan Schulte vs. Marcin Held
Emiliano Sordi vs. Delan Monte
Robert Wilkinson vs. Viktor Pesta
Marthin Hamlet vs. Josh Silveira
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