Professional Fighters League extends partnership with Air Force Reserve

Professional Fighters League has decided to prolong its partnership with the Air Force Reserve that includes an integrated mix of assets like national broadcast and digital amplification.

In a recent statement, PFL CEO Peter Murray has said: “Professional Fighters League is proud to extend our partnership with the Air Force Reserve and provide them with a platform to reach the millions of MMA fans across the United States.”

He affirmed that the promotion is determined to support the American military and veterans and looks forward to working together throughout the coming season. The PFL boss also confirmed that the organization will now introduce a custom broadcast feature on ESPN titled “Air Force Prep Point”. This will let the fans have a peek into the pre-fight warm-up sessions of their favourite MMA fighters and other happenings that occur backstage.

The US-based MMA promotion is gradually becoming a popular brand of MMA around the world. It was founded in 2017 and has been able to rope in some of the biggest martial artists such as former UFC star Anthony “Showtime” Pettis.

The fifth edition of the PFL will kick off on June 25 at the Ocean Casino Resort. The season opener will feature a lightweight bout between Pettis and Raush “Cavalo de Guerra” Manfio.

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