The Professional Fighters League (PFL), the fastest growing and most innovative sports league, today announced the renewal of its partnership with the Air Force Reserve.
Dedicated to providing MMA fans with premium access and content, PFL will introduce a custom broadcast feature on ESPN – “Air Force Prep Point” – which will give a look into the warmup room pre-fight as the athletes prepare for their moment in the cage. Additionally, Air Force Reserve logos will be featured in and around the cage, and the partnership will include an integrated mix of assets including national broadcast, social and digital amplification.
“Professional Fighters League is proud to extend our partnership with the Air Force Reserve and provide them with a platform to reach the millions of MMA fans across the United States,” said PFL CEO, Peter Murray. “PFL is steadfast in its dedication to supporting our military and veterans and look forward to working together throughout the 2021 season.”
“We are excited to be partnering with PFL again to share the great opportunities that the Air Force Reserve offers for qualified individuals to serve their country part-time while enjoying full time benefits,” said SMSgt Jacinto Nunez, Superintendent, Strategic Marketing & Advertising Division for the Air Force Reserve.
The Professional Fighters League has quickly established itself as the No. 2 MMA company in the world. With the addition of world-class talent – from elite fighters to established business executives – and partnering with industry-leading brands such as Anheuser-Busch InBev, GEICO, CarParts.com, DraftKings and Socios, the PFL continues to accelerate its global expansion. Sports fans across more than 160 countries around the world will be able to tune in to PFL 5 and witness the action on June 17th in Atlantic City, NJ.