The Professional Fighters League (PFL), the fastest growing and most advanced sports league, today announced its main event and full card matchups for its second half kick off, PFL 4, which will take place in Atlanta on June 17. , Taking place at the Overtime Elite Arena in Georgia.
PFL 4 will be headlined by a lightweight showdown between Clay Collard and Alexander Martinez, while Antonio Carlos Jr. will face Bruce Souto at light heavyweight in the co-main event. Rounding out the main draw is a lightweight tilt pitting Raush Manfio against Olivier Aubin-Mercier and a 155-pound scrap between Jeremy Stephens and Myles Price.
Rounding up the main card is Raush Manfio (16-3), winner of the 2021 lightweight season, against former UFC fighter Olivier Aubin-Mercier (14-5). Finally, Jeremy Stephens (28-20-1) will look to bounce back from his first defeat to Collard when he faces Myles Price (11-8), who was defeated by Anthony Pettis in PFL 3. ۔
Five matches will start in the opening part of the card: Omari Akhmedov vs. Teodoras Aukstuolis in light heavyweight; Natan Schulte vs. Marcin held in light weight; Emiliano Sordi vs. Delan Monte in light heavyweight. Robert Wilkinson vs. Viktor Pesta in lightweight and Martin Hamlet vs. Joshua Silveira in lightweight.
Peter Murray, CEO of PFL, stated: "The first half of the 2022 regular PFL season saw unprecedented action and excitement in a format based on the unique season offered only by the Professional Fighters League. Can only be created. "As we move into the second half of the 2022 season, the playoffs and position in the balance are at stake. The PFL can't wait to continue what has been an incredible season and the world. MMA brings the best to millions of fans across the globe.
The announced 2022 PFL 4 lineup:
Clay Collard vs. Alexander Martinez
Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Bruce Souto
Raush Manfio vs. Olivier Aubin-Mercier
Myles Price vs. Jeremy Stephens
Omari Akhmedov vs. Teodoras Aukstuolis
Marcin Held vs. Natan Schulte
Delan Monte vs. Emiliano Sordi
Viktor Pesta vs. Robert Wilkinson
Marthin Hamlet vs. Josh Silveira