PFL 10 will feature all of the PFL Championships’ $1 million fights.
PFL 10 will feature six $1 million championship fights, featuring the top stars of the brand like Kayla Harrison, Rob Wilkinson, and Ante Delija competing for championships and a $1 million prize. It’s the culmination of a season-long tournament across six different weight classes, and the event will be live on pay-per-view, at 8 PM ET, via the ESPN+ app on Nov. 25 from the Hulu Theater in New York City.
We’re going to look at and break down each fight on the card, talk about who each fighter is, and why they have a chance to take home the two big prizes at the end of the event but before we get there, we want to take a look at some other notable names.
While the big names and title fights make up the pay-per-view card, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a reason to check out the undercard on the ESPN+ app prior to the pay-per-view. So who else is on the card?
Firstly, there’s a host of ex-UFC guys. The opener of the pay-per-view will feature Marlon Moraes vs. Sheymon Moraes (no relation). Former UFC standout and rising prospect Aspen Ladd will look to get herself back on track against former Bellator champion Julia Budd in the main event of the undercard.
That’s not all, as former UFC roster member and Conor McGregor’s favorite fighter, Jeremy Stephens will look to get a win against Natan Schulte. That leads us to Gleison Tibau, another UFC veteran, who is taking on Magomed Magomedkerimov. Magomedkerimov was supposed to be in the welterweight side of the tournament but had to be pulled out before his match with Rory MacDonald, allowing Dilano Taylor to take his place and advance to the finals.