Interview with Boston Salmon above – Check it out
Boston Salmon (8-3) discusses his featherweight fight against Sheymon Moraes (13-5) at PFL 2022 #2 on Apr. 28. Boston also talks about being released from the UFC, switching management groups and how he’s found new life in his career competing up a weight class in the featherweight division.
The event is set to take place at Esports Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
“It’s the biggest advantage I have at 145-pounds,” Salmon said. “Nobody ever saw the struggles I had at 135-pounds. You’ll see the best of me at 145-pounds, all cylinders fired. A lot of the fighters today struggle to make that weight. I just don’t have that mental tax on me anymore. I wasn’t able to perform at 135-pounds.”
Current fight card:
Bruno Cappelozza vs. Stuart Austin – 265 lbs
Brendan Loughnane vs. Ryoji Kudo – 145 lbs
Ante Delija vs. Matheus Scheffel – 265 lbs
Renan Ferreira vs. Jamelle Jones – 265 lbs
Lance Palmer vs. Chris Wade – 145 lbs
Kyle Bochniak vs. Bubba Jenkins – 145 lbs
Denis Goltsov vs. Sam Kei – 265 lbs
Klidson Abreu vs. Adam Keresh – 265 lbs
Sheymon Moraes vs. Boston Salmon – 145 lbs
Alejandro Flores vs. Saba Bolaghi – 145 lbs
Covering MMA since 2008, James Lynch is a freelance MMA journalist for MyMMANews and other notable outlets. He’s also a commentator for Rise Fighting Championships. Follow him on Twitter/Instagram @LynchOnSports