PFL Championship Set, To Air Live On ESPN+ PPV

The PFL will crown six 2022 champions in November as the likes of Kayla Harrison and others battle for the titles.

The PFL Championships have a date, time and location for 2022.

Set for Friday, November 25, the event will take place from New York City and air live on ESPN+ pay-per-view.

In the main event, Kayla Harrison seeks another title and $1 million when she collides with rival Larissa Pacheco.

Six total winners will be crowned, with prelims featuring some top names and airing live on ESPN+ from the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Brendan Loughnane battles Bubba Jenkins in the featherweight finale, with Shane Burgos making his PFL debut against Marlon Moraes.

“I am excited to announce the 2022 PFL World Championship is set for Friday, November 25 and the stage doesn’t get any bigger than ESPN+ PPV in primetime staged live from New York City at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden,” said PFL CEO Peter Murray. “This special pay-per-view holiday event is stacked with star talent and championship drama as PFL will deliver fans six world title fights with six belts and $6 million on the line headlined by undefeated superstar Kayla Harrison in the biggest fight of her career against Larissa Pacheco, who has five consecutive first round knockouts coming into this epic season finale.

“The PPV card will also feature “Hurricane” Shane Burgos and Marlon Moraes facing each other in their PFL debuts.”

Ante Delija faces Matheus Scheffel in the heavyweight finals, Olivier Aubin-Mercier meets Stevie Ray in the lightweight title match and Robert Wilkinson squares off against Omari Akhmedov at light heavyweight.

Also, Sadibou Sy and Dilano Taylor meet for the lightweight crown.

Biaggio Ali Walsh, the grandson of Muhammad Ali, makes his debut in an amateur bout against Tom Graesser as part of the prelims.

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