All you need to know to watch the PFL's 2023 season.
The 2023 PFL season is set to kick-off this Saturday, April 1, live from The Theater of Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada, with PFL 1. The leading MMA promotion in terms of a 'league-system' format, this season promises to be one of the most highly anticipated yet with returning PFL royalty and highly intriguing debutants all looking to become the PFL champion, and hold the giant one million dollar check along with it.
The first event held this Saturday features a pair of reigning champions in last season's featherweight king Brendan Loughnane and the 205-pound winner Rob Wilkinson. They'll be opening up the new season against former UFC title challengers Marlon Moraes and Thiago Santos respectively in a card that is sure to set a foundation of excitement for the rest of the season.
Once the season starts, the events come thick and fast, with PFL 2 held on April 7 and PFL 3 a week later on the 14th. If you don't want to miss any action and experience a different style of MMA competition, here is how you can watch the PFL's 2023 season.
How to watch the 2023 PFL season
The PFL's newest season will be broadcasted on ESPN and ESPN+ for American viewers. Fans will be happy to hear that the main cards of PFL regular season events do not need an extra pay-per-view to watch it as a subscription to ESPN+ is all you need to get all of the PFL 2023 season live from the comfort of your own home.
Audiences around the world without access to an ESPN+ subscription can sign up for DAZN and receive full coverage of the 2023 PFL season set to kick off this Saturday.
This weekend's card, PFL 1, begins at 6 p.m ET / 3 p.m PT with the prelims before the main card gets underway at 9 p.m ET / 6 p.m PT.