Light Heavyweight Championship

#1 Emiliano Sordi defeats #7 Jordan Johnson by 1st round TKO to win the 2019 PFL Light Heavyweight Title.

Sordi finishes the season 5-0 with 5 stoppages, including 4 in the 1st round.

All 22 of Sordi’s career wins have now come by stoppage (16 knockouts, 6 submissions)

Johnson entered the season at 10-0 off a 4-0 run in the UFC. He suffered his first two career defeats this season, finishing the season with a 2-2-1 PFL record.

Featherweight Championship

#1 Lance Palmer defeats #4 Alex Gilpin by unanimous decision to win his second straight PFL Featherweight Title and his second $1 million purse.

Palmer extends his winning streak overall to 11 straight fights and gets his second straight perfect season in the PFL (5-0 in back-to-back seasons).

Palmer has spent over 150 minutes in the PFL cage over the last two seasons.

Lightweight Championship

#1 Natan Schulte defeats #7 Loik Radzhabov by unanimous decision to win his second straight PFL Lightweight Title and his second $1 million purse.

Schulte joins Palmer as the only fighters to go back-to-back as champion in the first two PFL seasons.

Schulte completes a perfect season in 2019 (5-0) and is now unbeaten in all of his 10 PFL fights (9-0-1)

Last year Schulte was the youngest PFL champion at 26 years old. Now he wins another title at age 27.

Schulte is the third #1 seed to win a title tonight.

Heavyweight Championship

#5 Ali Isaev defeats #7 Jared Rosholt by 4th round TKO to win the 2019 PFL Heavyweight title and $1 million.

Isaev, a 2008 Olympian in freestyle wrestling, moves his undefeated MMA record to 9-0

Isaev completes a perfect PFL season (5-0) in 2019, ending the season with two straight knockouts to claim the crown.

Welterweight Championship

#6 Ray Cooper III defeats #5 David Michaud by 2nd round TKO to win the 2019 PFL Welterweight title and $1 million.

Cooper gets redemption after losing in the finals last season.

Cooper gets his 14th career knockout, and his 6th knockout in the last 2 seasons


Women's Lightweight Championship

#2 Kayla Harrison defeats #4 Larissa Pacheco by unanimous decision to win the first-ever PFL Women’s Lightweight title and $1 million.

Harrison, a two-time Olympic gold medalist in judo, wins her first MMA title.

Harrison moves her undefeated MMA record to 7-0 as she continues her quest to become the best MMA fighter on the planet.