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Brennan Ward Makes PFL Debut: From Bellator Veteran to Welterweight Challenger

Brennan Ward Makes PFL Debut
Brennan Ward

The mixed martial arts world is abuzz with anticipation as longtime Bellator fighter Brennan Ward steps into a new chapter of his career, joining the 2024 PFL welterweight season as a replacement for Kyle Crutchmer.

Ward, known for his tenacity and skill inside the cage, brings a wealth of experience to the PFL arena. Having been a fixture on the Bellator roster since 2012, Ward's journey has been marked by highs and lows, including a title shot earned through a middleweight tournament.

His return to combat sports after a period of personal challenges, as revealed in a candid interview with MMA Junkie, has been nothing short of inspiring. With a record of 3-1 since his comeback, Ward is ready to showcase his skills once again on the big stage.

Ward's first test in the PFL welterweight regular season comes on April 19 at 2024 PFL 3 in Chicago, where he will face off against former UFC fighter Don Madge in what promises to be a thrilling three-round bout.

Madge, with a record of 10-4-1, is no stranger to tough competition, and his clash with Ward is expected to be a highlight of the preliminary card at Wintrust Arena.

As Ward prepares to make his mark in the PFL, MMA fans are eager to see how his experience and resilience translate into success in the welterweight division. With the stage set for intense matchups and fierce competition, the 2024 PFL season promises to be one of excitement and surprises.


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