Kayla Harrison dominates Aspen Ladd in PFL bout, calls for Cris Cyborg

ESPN and the Professional Fighters League have announced the renewal of their domestic media rights agreement, ensuring that PFL events will continue to be aired on ESPN and ESPN+ in the U.S. The new deal also includes the distribution of the PFL’s pay-per-view Super Fight Division, featuring notable athletes such as Jake Paul and Francis Ngannou. PFL CEO Peter Murray expressed excitement about the future of the league and its expansion into new global markets. This announcement follows the recent acquisition of Bellator MMA by the PFL, with plans for a champions vs. champions event in the works. Additionally, the PFL has launched an International League series and a Challenger Series aimed at recruiting and developing new talent.

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