The Professional Fighters League will return to pay-per-view this week, featuring six $1 million divisional champions and the main card available for purchase on ESPN+ PPV for $49.99.
The Professional Fighters League is set to return to pay-per-view this week, with the main card available for purchase on ESPN+ PPV for $49.99 for subscribers. The 2023 World Championship card will take place on Friday at The Anthem in Washington, D.C., with the prelims airing on ESPN+. This marks the promotion’s second time debuting on pay-per-view at the same price point as the previous championship card in 2022.
The much-anticipated event will see six $1 million divisional champions crowned, including the headline lightweight championship fight between former UFC fighters Olivier Aubin-Mercier and Clay Collard. Additionally, Kayla Harrison will be making her return to the octagon for the first time since suffering her lone MMA loss in 2022, facing off against Aspen Ladd in one of the non-title main card bouts.
The full main card line-up includes the lightweight title fight between Olivier Aubin-Mercier and Clay Collard, the heavyweight title fight between Renan Ferreira and Denis Goltsov, the women’s featherweight title fight between Larissa Pacheco and Marina Mokhnatkina, the welterweight title fight between Sadibou Sy and Magomed Magomedkerimov, and the light heavyweight title fight between Impa Kasanganay and Josh Silveira. The main card will also feature the highly anticipated matchup between Kayla Harrison and Aspen Ladd.
Additionally, the preliminary card will include several exciting fights, such as the featherweight title fight between Jesus Pinedo and Gabriel Braga, as well as other matches featuring talented fighters like Bubba Jenkins, Chris Wade, Phil Caracappa, and more.