Mixed martial arts fighter Cho Seong-bin, who has served as the champ of four organizations, will re-enter the US Professional Fighters League (PFL) with a prize of 1 million dollars (approximately 1.3 billion won).
The PFL recently announced that the 2023 regular season opener will be held on April 1 at the Virgin Hotel Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (capacity 4,500).
Seong-bin Cho will be one of 10 players in the PFL Featherweight (-66kg) regular season this season, and will start the opening match. They will face off against the final 10th contestant whose identity has not yet been revealed. 토토사이트
Since the days of the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) from 2012 to 2017, the PFL has been evaluated as one of the American organizations next to the UFC. It operates a mixed martial arts competition as a major sport in which the champion is determined by ‘league + playoff’.
Cho Seong-bin has risen to the featherweight championship of three Japanese mixed martial arts organizations, including the Atoys Challenge Fight in 2014, the War Dog Cage Fighting in 2015, and the Gladiator in February 2023. His career is also featherweight, including the 2018 Korean TFC interim champion and his UFC debut in 2019.
He has been on the PFL featherweight regular league roster for three consecutive seasons since 2021. Cho Seong-bin, who was unable to compete last year due to an injury, will make a comeback after two years.
In the 2023 PFL featherweight regular season, prominent fighters such as defending champion Brendan Lornein (Great Britain) and 2021 playoff winner Moblet Haibulayev (Russia) compete.
If Seong-bin Cho finishes in the top 4 of the regular featherweight league, he will qualify for the PFL playoffs, which will be held as a semi-final tournament. The semi-finals of the 2022 season were held in August, and the finals to determine the $1 million winner were held in November.