PFL Season 2, Week 1 Results

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PFL Season 2, Week 1 will take place later this evening, May 9, from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. This will be the Professional Fighters League’s first event of the 2019 year, along its partnership debut with ESPN. All bouts contested today will take place in either the welterweight division or women’s lightweight division.

As part of the tournament format, 3 points will be awarded to the winner of any fight with the loser receiving 0 points. Additional points are awarded to the winner for stoppages in either the first (3 points), second (2 points), or third (1 point) round. The max number of points one can receive would be 6 points total; this being a first-round finish for the winner. At the conclusion of the regular season, PFL playoffs will begin with fighters in their respected weight divisions being seeded based off their point totals.

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Slated for this evening’s main event will be a battle at 155 pounds where gold-medal receiving Olympian Kayla Harrison will battle former UFC fighter Larissa Pacheco. Last season’s dominant welterweight king Magomed Magomedkerimov will restart his quest for a chance at another million dollars when he faces off against 42-fight veteran John Howard in the co-main event.

Zana Kamaka missed weight for his welterweight fight against cousin Ray Cooper III, therefore becoming ineligible for points tonight. The remainder of the fight card can be found immediately below.

PFL Season 2, Week 1 Results

Follow along with MMASucka as we provide you with
live results from PFL Season 2, Week 1.

*Black indicates soon-to-come fight*
*Red indicates active fight*
*Blue indicates completed fight*

MAIN CARD  •  ESPN2  •  9:00pm ET / 6:00pm PT

Kayla Harrison def. Larissa Pacheco via Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-27, 30-27)
Harrison – 3 points, Pacheco – 0 points

Magomed Magomedkerimov def. John Howard via Submission (guillotine choke, 4:54, Round 1)
Magomedkerimov – 6 points, Howard – 0 points

Ray Cooper III def. Zane Kamaka via Submission (rear-naked choke, 4:29, Round 2)
Cooper – 5 points, Kamaka – 0 points

Sarah Kaufman def. Morgan Frier via Submission (arm-triangle choke, 2:22, Round 1)
Kaufman – 6 points, Frier – 0 points

Sadibou Sy def. David Michaud via KO (body kick & punches, 0:17, Round 1)
Sy – 6 points, Michaud – 0 points

PRELIMINARY CARD  •  ESPN+  •  6:30pm ET / 3:30pm PT

Handesson Ferreira def. Bojan Velickovic via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Ferreira – 3 points, Velickovic – 0 points

Bobbi-Jo Dalziel def. Genah Fabian via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
Dalziel – 3 points, Fabian – 0 points

Glaico Franca def. Gamzat Khiramagomedov via Submission (rear-naked choke, 4:06, Round 1)
Franca – 6 points, Khiramagomedov – 0 points

Chris Curtis def. Andre Fialho via TKO (punches, 4:17, Round 3)
Curtis – 4 points, Fialho – 0 points

Roberta Samad def. Moriel Charneski via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Samad – 3 points, Charneski – 0 points


Andre Fialho and Chris Curtis face-off ahead of their PFL Season 2, Week 1 fight taking place May 9th from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York (photo credits to ProFightLeague on Facebook)

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Wesley Riddle is a 25-year-old writer out of Harrisonburg, Virginia and a recent graduate from Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, having obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Health and Physical Education. Watching the draw between Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard from 2011 sparked his interest in the sport of mixed martial arts. He created "All That MMA" on Twitter, which came to birth in December of 2013. He would join with MMASucka in the later quarter of 2016. Some of Riddle's hobbies include music, playing golf, watching horror movies, and working with non-profit organizations throughout his community. You can follow him on Twitter at @AllThatMMA or @WesleyRiddleMMA, and on Instagram @WesleyRiddle.

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