PFL Announces More Fighters For 2019
The Professional Fighters League is preparing for their second season of their $1,000,000 tournament format, and matchmaker Ray Sefo has announced some of the men and women squaring off in 2019.
Among the 68 fighters facing off in the PFL’s second season will be returning fighters Ray Cooper III and Magomed Magomedkerimov, who faced one another in the finals on New Year’s Eve.
New additions include former UFC light heavyweight Jordan Johnson, who brings his undefeated record to the 205 pound tournament.
“We are proud that PFL is the organization fighters want to be part of, as these guys have the talent and star power to have chosen any MMA organization,” said Ray Sefo, president of PFL Fighter Operations. “PFL has only 68 slots this year for fighters, and the harsh reality is it is highly competitive to get into this league. Fighters from around the world want to control their own destiny, and after seeing six of their peers last year cash $1 million checks and win championship belts, they have come hungry to compete.”
See the updated roster below:
Ray Cooper III