Professional Fighters League Programming Announced

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Ray Cooper III Credit: Mike McClory/Cageside Press

After cancelling the 2020 season, the Professional Fighters League (PFL) has announced some digital content to keep fans entertained.

Professional Fighters League programming is looking to keep quarantined fights fans entertained this week. Though PFL has gone through some hard times lately, a microcosm of the pandemic-ridden world at large, they’re still looking to make the best of it. For them and ideally the MMA world at large who are binging at unparalleled rates.
Excerpts from PFL’s latest press release reads as follows:
The Next Episode of PFL “Run It Back” Airs This Thursday Night at 8:00pm ET, Highlighting Louis Taylor’s Shocking 2018 PFL Championship Victory Over Abus Magomedov 
End the Week Strong with Ray Cooper III Teaching his Lethal Overhand Right in “MMA At Home” on PFL Instagram and Twitter This Friday at Noon ET
Run It Back 
Thursday (4/30) at 8:00pm ET on YouTubeTwitterInstagramFacebook and PFLmma.com
Thursday night, the Professional Fighters League will air the fifth installment of Run it Back. Relive the 2018 & 2019 seasons through the eyes of the league’s top fighters. Each weekly episode features full fights with a fresh perspective through fighter interviews, never before seen highlights, and enhanced storytelling of these monumental moments.
This week’s episode features a look back at 2018 middleweight champion Louis Taylor’s
million-dollar victory on New Year’s Eve at Madison Square Garden. The 39-year-old shocked the MMA world by capturing the first-ever PFL middleweight championship, taking the title in a mere 33 seconds. The Chicago native and father of two earned the title by knocking out favored rival Abus Magomedov with one powerful left hook.
Previous episodes feature Kayla Harrison, Ray Cooper III, Sean O’Connell and David Michaud.

Professional Fighters League Programming

MMA At Home, Powered by Geico 
Friday (5/1) at 12:00pm ET on PFL’s Twitter and Instagram 
The Professional Fighters League launched a new weekly MMA original content series, MMA at Home, powered by Geico. Every Friday at Noon ET, PFL president and combat sports veteran Ray Sefo will introduce a foundational move in MMA. And a PFL fighter who excels at it. They will then challenge fans at home to replicate the move for a chance to win PFL swag. Previous episodes featured welterweight Sadibou Sy and his patented head kick; and two-time champion Lance Palmer showcasing the ground game that propelled him to back-to-back featherweight titles and a 10-fight win streak.
This week’s episode features Ray Cooper III demonstrating an overhand right punch. A signature move of the “Bradda” man that helped him secure the 2019 welterweight championship. Known for his aggressive style, the Hawaiian KO artist has accumulated 14 knockout victories (20-7-1) in his career. Making him one of the most feared fighters to step inside the cage.
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