Fight card announced for first-ever PFL Europe playoffs

The Professional Fighters League (PFL) has actually revealed the complete fight card for the PFL Europe Playoffs, set to happen on September 30th in Paris. The occasion will include a few of the most skilled MMA fighters on the planet and will be headlined by welterweight super star Cedric ‘The Best’ Doumbe. Doumbe, extensively considered as among the best welterweights on the planet, will handle fellow unbeaten Frenchman Jordan Zebo in what is anticipated to be an extreme face-off.

In addition to Doumbe vs Zebo, the PFL Europe Playoffs will likewise consist of the semi-finals for the light heavyweight, female flyweight, bantamweight, and light-weight departments, along with qualifier match-ups for the 2024 season. This indicates that 20 fighters on the card will be completing in “Win or Go Home” bouts, contributing to the drama and enjoyment of the occasion.

One of the most extremely concerned potential customers in MMA, Abdoul ‘The Lazy King’ Abdouraguimov, will likewise be making his PFL launching at the occasion. Abdouraguimov, who presently holds a record of 16-1 and is the previous two-weight ARES FC champ, will be handling the knowledgeable Brazilian Quemuel Ottoni. This match is anticipated to be a substantial addition to the PFL lineup and highlights the promo’s dedication to the French market.

Other significant fighters on the card consist of Anthony Salamone, who will be dealing with Jakob Nedoh in the light heavyweight playoffs, and Irish fighters Frans Mlambo, Dylan Tuke, and John Mitchell, who will all be completing back-to-back in a series of essential matches.

The bantamweight department will likewise see interesting battles, consisting of Frans ‘Black Mamba’ Mlambo handling Italy’s Francesco Nuzzi and fan-favorite Dylan ‘The Nuke’ Tuke taking on against Poland’s Jakub Kaszuba. In the female flyweight playoffs, increasing star Dakota Ditcheva will deal with Cornelia Holm, while Griet Eeckhout will handle Valentina Scatizzi.

Overall, the PFL Europe Playoffs in Paris guarantee to be an unbelievable night of MMA action, with a few of the most skilled fighters in Europe completing for the opportunity to end up being European Champions and win a $100,000 reward. The occasion will display the very best of European MMA and more strengthen the PFL as one of the fastest-growing and most ingenious sports leagues on the planet.

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