The first three events of the 2022 PFL regular season are now in the books, as fighters set out to improve their standing in the divisions.
The PFL 2022 regular season will begin in April with the first three events all set to take place in Arlington, Texas live on ESPN.
By signing Kayla Harrison to a new multi-year fight contract, the PFL has proven they are a key factor in the MMA world.
Behind a roster of world-class athletes, broadcast rights on ESPN and strong leadership, the PFL has quickly climbed the MMA ladder.
Reigning champion Kayla Harrison believes she can still reach her goal by fighting for the PFL, who resigned her recently.
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The PFL has signed superstar Kayla Harrison to a new, multi-year contract while announcing plans for PPV super fights.
Remaining on the ESPN Family of Networks in 2022 and beyond is the key to PFL moving towards the top of the MMA mountain.
For Kayla Harrison, the 2021 PFL season once again showcased just how strong and dominate of a fighter she has become.
Kayla Harrison and Ray Cooper III were among the big winners as PFL put the finishing touches on the 2021 season.
All six championship matches are official for Wednesday night after all 12 fighters successfully weighed in for PFL Championships.
The PFL will crown six regular season champions this Wednesday night live on ESPN2 and one will be named the season MVP.
Wednesday's PFL Championships features some incredible bouts including Ray Cooper III meeting Magomed Magomedkerimov.
Six tournament finales highlighted by Kayla Harrison, the return of Claressa Shields and more are set for PFL Championships.
Kayla Harrison will headline the upcoming PFL Championships that also feature title and $1 million fights in six divisions.
Reigning champion and Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison quickly handled another opponent at PFL Playoffs 2.
For Kayla Harrison, Thursday night's PFL Playoff semifinal round fight on ESPN is another chance to showcase her skills.
Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison takes to the cage once again for the PFL this Thursday in the tournament semifinals.
Reigning women's champion Kayla Harrison returns on August 19 at PFL to seek a return trip to the championship round.
The semifinal brackets of the upcoming PFL August events are all set, with the action to air live on ESPN Networks.