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Lorenz Larkin Set for PFL Debut Against Alan Dominguez

Lorenz Larkin Set for PFL Debut Against Alan Dominguez
Lorenz Larkin

After a successful run in both the UFC and Bellator, Lorenz Larkin is now aiming to complete MMA’s triple crown. Larkin (25-8) will make his highly anticipated PFL debut on June 28 at Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The promotion announced Wednesday that Larkin will face Alan Dominguez (11-6) in a three-round welterweight showcase bout at 2024 PFL 6.

Larkin, a seasoned MMA veteran, has managed to stay relevant in the sport despite having sparse bookings since his departure from the UFC in 2016. The 37-year-old fighter has demonstrated consistent performance in recent years, boasting a record of 7-1 with one no-contest in his last nine fights. His last outing in the cage saw him suffer a split decision loss to former Bellator welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov in July, marking his first defeat in nearly six years.

Alan Dominguez, 27, may not have an extensive resume, but he has shown significant promise recently. Dominguez is currently riding a three-fight winning streak and holds the title of Lux Fight League welterweight champion. Over his last six fights, he has compiled an impressive 5-1 record, earning him the opportunity to compete in the PFL.

This bout marks a pivotal moment for both fighters. For Larkin, it is a chance to prove that he still has what it takes to compete at the highest level and potentially secure another championship title in a third major promotion. For Dominguez, it represents an opportunity to elevate his career and showcase his skills on a larger stage.

As the fight date approaches, excitement continues to mount for what promises to be an electrifying matchup at PFL 6. Both fighters have a lot at stake, and their clash on June 28 will undoubtedly be one to watch.


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