Lance Palmer (13-3), talked with My MMA News after his open workout at LAW MMA gym on Long Island, New York. Palmer worked out last at the event closed to the public but open to the media. The former four-time NCAA All-American wrestler out of Ohio State was snubbed by the local Long Island media, who showed their lack of MMA knowledge and respect for a talented warrior.
Finishing his workout, only My MMA News came to speak to the highly talented Ohio native fighter, whom will be headlining the fourth Professional Fighters League event.
Palmer, 31, will be fighting Harrison’s last opponent, Tuerxun Jumabieke in the main event.
Excited to get back in the cage with little time between bouts, Palmer believes the quick turn around will be beneficial. Keeping to his roots of wrestling, he’s prepared to grind a full three rounds against a tough Jumabieke.
The Team Alpha Male fighter explained how he isn’t feeling any pressure in this fight to get the finish but he plans to outwork his opponent to capture an early stoppage.
The former featherweight World Series of Fighting Champion is a favorite to reach the finals of the finals for the Million Dollar prize.
Standing at 13-3 in his career, Palmer is the biggest threat to Andre Harrison’s undefeated record. Before he can focus on the playoffs, Palmer has to defeat Jumabieke to find himself at the top of the seeding for the inaugural MMA playoffs.
Palmer is the main event on Thursday, July 19, 2018, at PFL 4. The fights take place at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, NY.
The prelims will be aired at 6 PM on Facebook Live followed by the main card at 9 PM est. on NBC Sports Network.
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