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Ray Sefo reveals that the PFL team is scouting Indian MMA fighters

LockerRoom Team
27 August 2020

Professional Fighters League (PFL) could be on its way to India as soon as 2021. In an interview with ESPN, PFL CEO Peter Murray revealed that the team is looking to host events in India while PFL President, Fighter Operations Ray Sefo added that the team is also scouting Indian MMA fighters.

"India is a very desirable location for the PFL as we look to expand our reach. We have fighters from 25 countries across the globe and continue to look for the best talent we can find in regions we have not tapped to date. We have scouted some Indian fighters including Kantharaj Agasa (11-2) and Sumeet Khade (10-4) and would welcome the opportunity to bring in any qualified fighter to the PFL,” Ray Sefo noted to ESPN.

Murray added that the team also wants to develop talents at grass root levels in India while noting that conversations are on-going for hosting events in 2021.

"We are focusing outside the USA and focusing on India. We are having conversations to stage events in India starting as early as 2021. Certainly, we will want to have our feet on the ground for events in 2022." He said.

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