PFL Launches Bellator Champions Series With 8 Fight Cards A Year

PFL Launches Bellator Champions Series With 8 Fight Cards A Year

  • The PFL has launched a Bellator Champions Series starting March 22 in Belfast
  • There will be eight events a year in top MMA growth markets around the world
  • All of the action will be streamed live on DAZN in the UK and select int territories

The PFL, who acquired rival MMA promotion Bellator last year, has announced a new series of events, the ‘Bellator Champions Series‘ which will feature eight shows a year in top MMA growth markets around the world.

Bellator MMA Champions Series events will feature world title fights and world-ranked fighters on each card with the first of eight events kicking off in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Friday, March 22 at The SSE Arena

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How To Watch The Bellator Champions Series

The reimagined Bellator Champions Series is part of a landmark agreement between PFL and DAZN. Beginning with Bellator 302 on March 22 on DAZN.

Fans will be able to watch the new series at prime times in the UK, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, France and other European markets. 

Bellator 302 Kicks Off Champions Series

The Champions Series kicks off with Bellator 302, headlined by a battle for the vacant Bellator Light Heavyweight World Championship between Corey “Overtime” Anderson (17-6, 1 NC) and Belfast’s own Karl Moore (12-2).

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In addition, Belfast’s Leah McCourt (8-3) faces Sinead Kavanagh (9-6) in a 2022 rematch.

Tickets will be available via a special pre-sale beginning Wednesday, February 6, with a general on-sale of Thursday, February 7. Doors open at 4 pm local time, with the first preliminary bout taking place one hour later at 5 pm.

Additional distribution information including a U.S. broadcast partner will be announced in coming weeks.

By Darshan Desai

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