What is the prize money for PFL Europe? | The Sun
BRACE yourselves MMA fans as the Professional Fighter League has launched in Europe – with FOUR events this year.
The new concept will feature 32 of Europe’s top-ranked fighters who are set to battle across four weight classes.
And the four champions get to earn a spot in the $1million global season alongside securing a big cheque for winning the competition.
But what is the exact prize money and when exactly does it start?
What is the prize money for the MMA PFL?
The rules of the new PFL Europe are simple – win and advance, lose and go home.
After four events, four champions will be crowned and all winners will take home a sum of £80,700 ($100,000).
And the winners also have the chance to claim the jackpot $1millon cash prize.
What has been said?
PFL CEO Peter Murray gave SunSport inside information as to why he has launched this new MMA international league.
Murray told SunSport: “We’re launching the first international league in Europe because it’s the No1 growth market.
“There’s more demand for quality MMA in Europe than any part of the world and the talent in Europe is very advanced.
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“There’s top fighters who do not have a proper home, who do not have the support to help develop their career.
“So we’re creating that system and it’s exciting for fans.”
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