(ESPN) What you need to know about the PFL's postponed 2020 season

(ESPN) What you need to know about the PFL's postponed 2020 season


April 19, 2020 Brett Okamoto, ESPN

The Professional Fighters League officially postponed its 2020 season on Monday because of the global impact of the coronavirus.

 

The PFL is the first major MMA organization to formally announce a plan for the rest of 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus. The UFC has been bullish with its efforts to resume a regular schedule, including a targeted event on May 9 at an undisclosed location. Bellator MMA has postponed all events scheduled through at least June 1.

 

PFL CEO Peter Murray said the PFL will refocus on live events in 2021, while exploring the possibility of one-off special events down the line.

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