The 2022 PFL World Championship, dubbed "MMA's Richest Night," will cap off the Professional Fighters League's epic 2022 campaign on November 25 at Madison Square Garden's Hulu Theater.
Six championship fights are on the bill, along with highly anticipated debuts by some of the mixed martial arts' hottest prospects. Unbeaten American Kayla Harrison will compete for the PFL Women's Lightweight Championship against knockout artist Larissa Pacheco from Brazil in the main event.
Kayla Harrison looking for another title
Harrison is aiming for her third consecutive reign as the PFL Women's Lightweight Champion after weighing in at 154.4 pounds. She will become the first and only three-time champion of the league with a victory on Friday, solidifying her status as the top female MMA fighter at the moment.
Pacheco, who measured 154.2 pounds, will try to break Harrison's winning run. When she faces Harrison again, Pacheco, who has won her last five matches by knockout, will be attempting to win her first PFL World Championship.
Featherweight title on the line in the Co-Main Event
Brendan Loughnane of England and Bubba "Bad Man" Jenkins of the United States compete for the PFL Featherweight Championship in the co-main event.
Loughnane, who tipped the scales at 144.8 pounds, will compete for his first PFL title. The Manchester native defeated some of the top 145-pounders in the league to get to the finals and win a shot at the PFL championship and the $1 million prize.
Jenkins, who measured 145 pounds, tries to add a championship to his already stellar resume. The former PFL champion will attempt to wrestle his way to a PFL championship and a million dollar payday. You can see the complete fight card below.
COMPLETE 2022 PFL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Fight Card
ESPN+ PPV Championship Card
PFL Women’s Lightweight Championship:
PFL Featherweight Championship:
PFL Heavyweight Championship:
Women’s Featherweight Showcase:
PFL Lightweight Championship:
PFL Welterweight Championship:
PFL Light Heavyweight Championship:
ESPN+ Early Card
Women’s Flyweight Showcase:
Lightweight Amateur Bout:
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