(MMA Junkie) PFL Statement: Fighters to Receive Stipend

(MMA Junkie) PFL Statement: Fighters to Receive Stipend


April 19, 2020 PFL

The PFL has pulled the plug on its entire 2020 season.

 

According to PFL CEO Peter Murray, the promotion will resume operations in 2021, and all contracted fighters will receive a monthly cash stipend to hold them over.

 

MMA Junkie confirmed the news with a PFL official on Monday after it was first reported by ESPN. The PFL later issued a statement in a press release.

 

“In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Professional Fighters League has rescheduled our upcoming 2020 season for Spring 2021,” Murray said. “PFL is a global MMA league with athletes from over 25 countries, and our decision is guided by the health and safety of our fighters, fans, partners, and event personnel.

 

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