PFL Expands Global Roster With Addition Of Middle Eastern Fighters
The Professional Fighters League has added a pair of international fighters to the active roster who will compete in upcoming tournaments.
The Professional Fighters League (PFL) continues to add fighters to the active roster.
The latest signings includes two from the Middle East in Mohammad Fakhreddine and Tarek Suleiman.
“The Professional Fighters League is pleased to announce the addition of Mohammad Fakhreddine of Lebanon and Tarek Suleiman of Syria to our global MMA fighter roster,” says PFL CEO Peter Murray. “The PFL takes great care in scouting and signing the best MMA athletes from around the world, and we are committed to further developing the sport in the Middle East starting with signing top fighters from the region and staging year-round events in the UAE.”
Fakhreddine is from Lebanon and Suleiman from Syria. They have signed exclusive contracts with the promotion.
“We are excited to add these two talented fighters from the Middle East to our global roster,” said Ray Sefo, President of Fighter Operations of PFL. “We will put them on a global stage, including MBC in the MENA region and other major media networks around the world, to showcase the growing talent pool from this region. PFL is committed to signing and developing top talent from the Middle East and letting them compete with the best fighters from around the world.”
Fakhreddine will compete in the light heavyweight division and Suleiman at middleweight. They have a combined 27 career wins.