Professional Fighters League (PFL) Announces Fight Card for PFL4 – Fourth Regular Season Event – at NYCB LIVE, Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

PFL4 will determine the playoff fates of fighters in the
heavyweight and featherweight divisions, including Long Island-native
Andre Harrison, Lance Palmer and Alex Nicholson, as they continue their
quest to compete for $10 million post-season prize pool

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, the Professional Fighters League (PFL) announced the line-up for
PFL4, the 12-bout fourth regular season event, that will be held at NYCB
LIVE in Long Island, NY, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum,
on Thursday, July 19th. PFL’s “true sport” format continues
to own Thursday nights for MMA fans this summer. At the
highly-anticipated fight night event, heavyweight and featherweight
fighters will step into the ring again for make-or-break bouts that will
determine who advances to the bracket-style playoffs. PFL4 tickets are
on sale now and fans across the world can watch all fights live and for
free on NBCSN, Facebook Watch and

The heavyweight and featherweight fighters competed for the first time
at PFL1 at Hulu Theatre at Madison Square Garden. MMA fans are eagerly
awaiting the return to the cage of Long Island-native and
featherweight Andre Harrison
and featherweight fighter Lance
. In the heavyweight division, Francimar Barroso,
Jack May and Kelvin Tiller lead the playoff race, having
taken down their opponents in the first round at PFL1. Alex Nicholson
is only one point behind his cohorts after his flying knee knockout of
Jake Heun at PFL1.

“At PFL4, we expect the fights to get even more intense, because
fighters know this is their last chance to get points on the board to
make it to the playoffs and their chance at the $10 million post-season
prize pool,” said Ray Sefo, PFL’s President, Fighting Operations.
“MMA fans should buckle up because PFL’s regular season and playoff
format is going to lead to some incredible action in the cage.”

At the end of PFL4, the eight fighters in each of the heavyweight and
featherweight division will qualify for the win-or-go-home playoffs, all
leading up to the December 31 championship event, where the winner in
each weight class will win the title and a $1 million prize.

The 2018 PFL season features 126 fights on Thursday nights in seven
regular-season events, bracket-style “win-or-go-home” playoffs, and a
$10 million post-season prize pool—the largest prize pool in the history
of MMA. The season began with 12 athletes in each of six different
weight-classes. Eight fighters from each class will earn their way into
the playoff round, and one fighter in each division will earn the title
of champion.

Tickets can be purchased at,,
or at the Ticketmaster Box Office at NYCB LIVE.

PFL4 Card

Lance Palmer (13-3) vs. Juma Tuerxun (20-7-1)
Andre Harrison (18-0)
vs. Nazareno Malegarie (29-4)
Francimar Barroso (20-7) vs. Jack May
Alexandre Almeida (19-7) vs. Steven Siler (30-17)
Nicholson (12-5) vs. Philipe Lins (10-3)
Jared Rosholt (16-4) vs.
Kelvin Tiller (9-1)
Bekbulat Magomedov (19-2) vs Magomed Idrisov
Max Coga (19-5) vs. Marcos Galvao (18-10-1)
Timur Valiev
(13-2) vs. Lee Coville (4-2)
Shawn Jordan (19-8) vs. Josh Copeland

U.S.-based and international fans will be able to watch all PFL regular
season, playoff, and championship fights—over 66 hours of live
action—for free. In the United States, all of the PFL regular season
events will air live on Thursday in primetime exclusively on NBCSN, and
stream live on, the NBC Sports app, and
Outside the U.S., Facebook will stream up to six hours of free, live
coverage for each event. In the U.S., fans can watch the first three
hours of coverage of each event on Facebook.

About Professional Fighters League™

The Professional Fighters League presents MMA for the first time in the
sport format where individuals compete in a regular season,
“win-or-go-home” post-season, and championship. Co-founded by Donn
, Russ Ramsey, and Mark Leschly, the Professional
Fighters League is backed by an ownership group of sports, media, and
business titans. The PFL 2018 Season has 72 fighters in six
weight-classes, competing in the regular season on Thursday nights in
June, July, and August. The top eight in each weight-class face off in
single-elimination playoff fights on Saturday nights in October and the
PFL season concludes December 31 with six championship bouts
back-to-back with a $10 million prize pool. Watch the entire PFL season
action beginning June 7 live on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), Facebook
Watch, and
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