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Professional Fighters League Announces Media Right Deal with SuperSport for Live Event Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa’s largest media platform to air all PFL and Bellator programming, including PFL PPV Super Fights, PFL Europe and PFL MENA.

PFL SuperSport Partnership

The Professional Fighters League (PFL), today announced a media rights deal with SuperSport, the largest broadcast network in Sub-Saharan Africa, for all PFL and Bellator programming to air across SuperSport channels. The partnership kicked off in thrilling fashion as fans in the region were able tune into the opening event of the 2024 PFL Europe Season on March 7 when global superstar Cedric ‘The Best’ Doumbe took on Baissangour ‘Baki’ Chamsoudinov at the Accor Arena in Paris.

 Through the partnership, all PFL programming - including live coverage of PFL PPV Super Fights, PFL Europe and newly announced PFL MENA - will be available on SuperSport, Africa's premier sports broadcaster.

 The promotion is set to launch its third international league - PFL Africa - in 2025. Through its exclusive global strategic partnership with Francis Ngannou, the world’s greatest combat sports athlete today and the baddest man on the planet, the linear heavyweight champion will be an equity owner in and Chairman of PFL Africa, the region’s premier MMA league.  Events will be staged in key countries across the continent live in primetime to meet the major demand for premium and consistent MMA content. More details will be announced later this year.

“Sub-Saharan Africa represents a priority market for the Professional Fighters League as we continue our rapid global expansion,” said PFL SVP, International James Frewin. “We’re thrilled to partner with SuperSport so viewers across the region can watch premium PFL and Bellator MMA content all year-round on SuperSport.”

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