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PFL: Everett

PFL: Everett Main Card Results: Harrison Decisions Rodriguez

The main card of PFL: Everett is set to begin. Tonight (July 29), PFL: Everett goes down inside the Xfinity Arena. The headliner will see Andre Harrison put his PFL featherweight title on the line against Steven Rodriguez. The main card will also feature Yushin Okami and Jake Shields. Okami...

Bruno Santos on Short Notice PFL: Everett Bout: ‘I’m Ready For Any Situation’

Bruno Santos doesn't mind taking a bout on short notice tonight (July 29). Santos will take on Rex Harris inside the Xfinity Arena in Everett, Washington. The bout will be featured on the main card of PFL: Everett. When Harris lost his opponent, Santos stepped up. Speaking to MMAJunkie.com, Santos said he has...

PFL: Everett Prelims Results & Live Stream Tonight (July 29) at 6 p.m. ET

We’re just hours away from the main card of PFL: Everett. Before the NBC Sports Network portion of the card airs, you can watch the PFL: Everett preliminaries right here on MMANews.com. The prelims begin at 6 p.m. ET. There’s plenty of preliminary action, including a tilt between Josh Copeland and...

PFL: Everett Weigh-In Results: Featherweight Title Bout Made Official

The PFL: Everett weigh-in results are in. All 22 fighters on the card tipped the scales earlier today (July 28). In the main event of tomorrow night’s card, featherweight champion Andre Harrison and Steven Rodriguez will throw leather. Harrison hit a weight of 145.6 pounds, while Rodriguez clocked in at...

Andre Harrison Expects ‘Action-Packed Fight’ Against Steven Rodriguez

Andre Harrison is anticipating a barn burner this Saturday night (July 29). The Professional Fighters League (PFL) featherweight champion will defend his gold against Steven Rodriguez. The title bout will serve as PFL: Everett's main event. It'll be Harrison's first bout since World Series of Fighting rebranded to become PFL. "The...

Jake Shields Has Sights Set on $1 Million PFL Tournament

Jake Shields certainly wouldn't mind snagging $1 million. He'll have his chance in a 12-man Professional Fighters League (PFL) tournament. The former Strikeforce middleweight champion plans on entering the tournament next year. He told MMAJunkie.com that the money can't hurt: “I’ve got to see how everything’s structured, but that’s probably the...