The Professional Fighters League will return to pay-per-view this week, and the price to watch the main card has been revealed.
PFL’s 2023 World Championship card takes place Friday at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. The prelims will air on ESPN+, while the main card will be streamed for purchase on ESPN+ PPV for $49.99 for subscribers, according to the streaming service.
The promotion’s debuted on pay-per-view for the 2022 championship card at the same price point.
Friday’s event will crown six $1 million divisional champions, including the lightweight championship headliner between former UFC fighters Oliver Aubin-Mercier and Clay Collard.
The card will also feature the return of Kayla Harrison, who competes for the first time since suffering her lone MMA loss on the 2022 card to Larissa Pacheco. Harrison will face Aspen Ladd in one of two non-title main card bouts.
Check out the full card below.
Main Card, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN+ PPV
Olivier Aubin Mercier vs. Clay Collard - lightweight title fight
Larissa Pacheco vs. Marina Mokhnatkina - women’s featherweight title fight
Kayla Harrison vs. Aspen Ladd
Preliminary Card, 5 p.m. ET, ESPN+
Ali Ali Ali
I like Brunson vs Cooper iii
Mercier Fight should be fun
SY Title Fight
For this card they should be crediting back cable subscribers with $49.99 on their next month’s bill.
Lol yeah. Fuck paying 50 bucks for this
Paying $50 for that?
And I’m being generous
I still have no idea how or why Peter Murray thinks they can build an organization around her. She’s a nice person but woman’s mma is unwatchable and she’s hard to look at.
That’s weed money. I can get an eighth and a disposable pen for $50
$49.99? thats insane. $20 would still be a bit much
Not dropping the $50…
Ill just have to masturbate to Kayla via YouTube, 10 minutes after the fight like I always do…
She’d make a great Thor…
Over under 200 buys nobody paying for this
so much better than Layla
How many buys would they need to break even?