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PFL Playoffs 1 2022 Weigh Ins Anthony Pettis vs Stevie Ray Will Proceed

PFL Playoffs 2022 Weigh Ins Round 1

The PFL Playoffs 1 2022 Weigh Ins have gone official, all of the eligible one million dollar prize fighters are proceeding on weight.

Pettis had already clinched a position in the playoffs but was upset by Ray in the regular season. Now Pettis gets the opportunity to avenge the loss and proceed in the tournament or possibly fall victim to another Ray submission.

Here’s a video, courtesy of PFL, of the ceremonial weigh-in. Below that is the remaining playoffs round 1 fight card.

PFL Playoffs, 2022 Fight Card

Main Event (airing on ESPN and ESPN+ at 7:00 PM ET)

Anthony Pettis (25-13-0), (155.6lbs) vs Stevie Ray (24-10-0), (155.8lbs) – lightweight semifinal

Omari Akhmedov (23-7-1), (204.6lbs) vs Josh Silveira (9-0-0), (206lbs) – light heavyweight semifinal

Olivier Aubin-Mercier (15-5-0), (155lbs) vs Alexander Martinez (10-2-0, 1NC), (156lbs) – lightweight semifinal

Robert Wilkinson (15-2-0), (205.8lbs) vs Delan Monte (9-2-0), (205.2lbs) – light heavyweight semifinal

Prelims (airing at 6:00 PM ET on ESPN+)

Alexei Pergande (1-0-0), (155.8lbs) vs Elvis Lebron Quiles (0-0-0), (155.8lbs) – lightweight bout

Lucas Barbosa (2-1-0), (169.6lbs) vs Elmar Umarov (4-1-0), (171lbs) – welterweight bout

Brahyan Zurcher (3-0-0), (146lbs) vs Ricardo Jimenez (0-1-1), (144.2lbs) – featherweight bout

Elvin Espinoza (6-0-0), (154.4lbs) vs Corey Jackson (5-1-0), (156lbs) – lightweight bout

Qualifiers (airing on ESPN+ 9:00 PM ET)

Marcelo Nunes (8-1-0), (244.2lbs) vs Dylan Potter (10-5-0, 1NC), (255.2lbs) – heavyweight bout

Cory Hendricks (9-4-0), (lbs) vs Marthin Hamlet (9-4-0), (lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Itso Babulaidze (1-0-0), (170.8lbs) vs Mahmoud Sebie (2-1-0), (170.8lbs) –

That’s it for the first of the PFL Playoffs 1 2022 Weigh Ins. Be sure to check back to The MMA Beatdown for our PFL News section to get updates on this and all the latest PFL events and results of the playoffs.

Remember, everything kicks off at 6:00 PM ET on ESPN +. Thank you for visiting and allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.






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