PFL 4 is this Thursday and weigh ins are officially done. The card features regular season fights from women’s lightweight and the welterweight division. The card will air this Thursday on ESPN 2 at 5:30 PM EST.
Everyone made weight except for Roberta Samad. Samad was originally slated to face former Strikeforce and Invicta FC bantamweight champion, Sarah Kaufman. The fight, which was originally slated for the main card, has been officially cancelled. For Kaufman, she will he granted her show and win money for making weight as well as 3 points for a win at PFL 4.
The original card has been shuffled around as a result of the cancelled fight. Ray Cooper III and John Howard have been moved to the first fight on the ESPN 2 card, followed by Zoao Zeferino and Bojan Velickovich’s match.
Main and Co-Main Are Good to Go
“We’re excited to be back for the second half of the 2019 regular season, and look forward to delivering exciting, intense, drama-filled Thursday night MMA action on ESPN,” says Ray Sefo, PFL’s President of Fighter Operations. He continues, “The stakes are high for our Welterweight’s and Women’s Lightweight’s. This is their last chance to earn points and reach the Playoffs, keeping their dreams of a title and million-dollar prize alive. With so much on the line, losing is not an option, and that will translate into thrilling fights that will electrify fans in Atlantic City and those watching here in the US and around the world.”
Feature fight on Thursday night with big playoff implications!
— #PFLmma (@ProFightLeague) July 10, 2019
The PFL 4 main card features a showdown of the current PFL welterweight champion, Magomed Magomedkarimov, taking on PFL’s newcomer, Chris Curtis.
Also, in the women’s lightweight division, the judo Olympian gold medalist, Kayla Harrison, returns after her decision victory earlier in the PFL season. She looks to improve seeding for the playoffs as she takes on Morgan Frier. Harrison can clinch a playoff berth with a early stoppage victory.
PFL 4 Official Weights and Fight Card:
1. Genah Fabian (155.6) vs. Moriel Charneski (156.0)
2. Bobbi Jo Dalziel (156.0) vs. Larissa Pacheco (155.8)
3. Handesson Ferreira (171.0) vs. David Michaud (171.0)
4. Sadibou Sy (170.0) vs. Glaico Franca (171.0)
5. Joao Zeferino (171.0) vs. Bojan Velickovic (170.4)
6. Ray Cooper III (169.4) vs. John Howard (170.6)
7. Kayla Harrison (155.6) vs. Morgan Frier (152.6)
8. Magomed Magomedkarimov(170.6) vs. Chris Curtis (171.0)
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