PFL Announces World Championships Pay-Per-View Price, Fans React

The event takes place at the Hulu Theater on November 25.

The Professional Fighting League has revealed the price tag for its first ever pay-per-view event. 

The PFL World Championship hits the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on Friday, November 25. The main card will stream on ESPN+ pay-per-view for $49.99, the promotion announced on Tuesday. 

The main event includes undefeated two-time PFL champion Kayla Harrison who will face Larissa Pacheco for the women’s featherweight title.  

Harrison has two wins over Pachecho – both by unanimous decision. 

The co-main event features Brendan Loughnane who is fighting Bubba Jenkins for the men’s featherweight season title. 

Former UFC fighter Aspen Ladd will also make her promotional debut against seasoned fighter Julia Budd.  

Despite the championship bouts and Ladd’s debut, the pay-per-view price has received much backlash from fans on social media.  

For comparison, UFC pay-per-views usually cost $69.99 while other major MMA promotions tend to stay away from such. KSW has an upcoming PPV that’s $9.99 while RIZIN recently streamed an event for American viewers for about $31.58. BKFC now has a monthly subscription for $4.99. 

Bellator had two pay-per-views in the past. The first was for Bellator 120 in 2014, which cost $39.99. The second was for Bellator 175 in 2017 for $49.95. 

Previous reports said that Bellator 120 recorded a surprising 100,000 pay-per-view buys and Bellator 175 racked in between 90,000 to 130,000 buys. 

Here’s the full card for the PFL World Championships: 

Main Card 

Preliminary Card 

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