The Professional Fighters League (PFL) has expanded its partnership with the U.S. Air Force Reserve. Through this deal, the Air Force Reserve will continue to serve as the presenting sponsor during PFL regular season events and championship bouts. Additionally, the league and its participants will continue to “work closely with Air Force Reserve to drive recruiting lead generation through a variety of initiatives.”
“We’re honored to extend and expand our partnership with the Air Force Reserves for the fourth consecutive season,” PFL CRO Jon Tuck said.
“Our world-class fighters share the same attributes as Reservists – an uncompromising work ethic and the determination to get better at their craft everyday – and we’re looking forward to once again collaborating in 2023.”
The PFL is one of the fastest-growing MMA imprints in the world. Within the last few years, the league has added Claressa Shields to its roster, secured a partnership with Jake Paul and extended its deal with Kayla Harrison. Not to mention, the league has been rumored as a potential landing spot for Francis Ngannou and Nate Diaz if they decided to return to the cage.