The 2023 PFL season will come to an end this fall, as all six weight classes will crown a new champion at the 2023 PFL World Championship on Nov. 24 at The Anthem in Washington, D.C.
The promotion's championship bouts will feature a mix of former champions, household names and some new faces looking to capitalize on the opportunity to win a title and take home $1 million.
In addition to the championship fights, former two-time PFL women's lightweight champion Kayla Harrison makes her much anticipated return to the cage when she take on Aspen Ladd. Muhammad Ali's grandson Biaggio Ali Walsh returns for an amateur bout, and featherweights Bubba Jenkins and Chris Wade look to settle their rivalry in a rubber match.
2023 PFL World Championship fight card:
Lightweight title fight: Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Clay Collard
Heavyweight title fight: Denis Goltsov vs. Renan Ferreira
Women's featherweight title fight: Larissa Pacheco vs. Marina Mokhnatkina
Welterweight title fight: Sadibou Sy vs. Magomed Magomedkerimov
Light heavyweight title fight: Josh Silveira vs. Impa Kasanganay
Women's featherweight nontitle fight: Kayla Harrison vs. Aspen Ladd
Middleweight nontitle fight: Ray Cooper III vs. Derek Brunson
Men's featherweight title fight: Gabriel Braga vs. Jesus Pinedo
Lightweight amateur fight: Biaggio Ali Walsh vs. Joel Lopez
Bantamweight nontitle fight: Khai Wu vs. Phil Caracappa
Men's featherweight nontitle fight: Jesse Stirn vs. Josh Blyden
The promotion also announced its alternates for the six championship bouts, if one of the competitors is unable to fight:
OFFICIAL: Should any fighter miss weight or be forced to withdraw from a 2023 #PFLWorldChampionship title match, these fighters will be ready to step in as the alternate for their weight division. pic.twitter.com/w8Ufs8gBwO— PFL (@PFLMMA) October 2, 2023
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