Aug 05, 2022
PFL Playoffs: Anthony Pettis vs. Stevie Ray results [UPDATED LIVE]
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PFL Playoffs: Anthony Pettis vs. Stevie Ray live results.
It’s time for the 2022 PFL postseason to begin!
August marks the PFL‘s playoff period, and for the next three weeks, fighters will duke it out inside the cage to determine who will meet in the promotion’s $1 million championship matchups come Thanksgiving weekend.
This week’s focus will be on the lightweight and light heavyweight divisions, with the main event featuring former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis taking on Stevie Ray in one of the 155-pound semifinal matchups.
The two met in the main event of PFL 5, a little more than a month ago, with Ray scoring a rare twister submission on Pettis.
The other lightweight matchup will see UFC veteran Olivier Aubin-Mercier taking on Alex Martinez.
Meanwhile, the light heavyweight scene will be featured in the co-main event when Josh Silveira takes on Omari Akhmedov, with the other 205-pound matchup being Rob Wilkinson taking on Delan Monte.PFL Playoffs Main Card (ESPN/ESPN+, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT)
- Anthony Pettis vs. Stevie Ray
- Omari Akhmedov vs. Josh Silveira
- Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Alex Martinez
- Rob Wilkinson vs. Delan Monte
- Marcelo Nunes vs. Dylan Potter
- Cory Hendricks vs. Marthin Hamlet
- Mahmoud Sebie vs. Itso Babulaidze
- Alexei Pergande vs. Elvis Lebron Quiles
- Lucas Barbosa vs. Elmar Umarov
- Elvin Espinoza vs. Corey Jackson
- Brahyan Zurcher vs. Ricardo Jimenez
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