The PFL playoffs were once again action-packed last Thursday. From Lance Palmer, two domination victories to Daniel Pineda shocking everyone with his two TKO stoppages. With Daniel Pineda victories alone shows you why the MMA world needs the PFL, this is a promotion based on wins, not top stars. Last year PFL champion Natan Schulte won both of his fights by submission advancing him to the finals. Even UFC champion Henry Cejudo showed up to watch the fights. All in all this event was amazing, don’t forget to tune-in October 31 to see the Lightheavy and Heavyweights compete in the PFL Playoffs. You can watch all the action on ESPN2 and ESPN+ from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV.
Check out the photos below to see the best images from the PFL playoffs.
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