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The second half of the PFL regular season returns to overtime at the Elite Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – JUNE 10: Brendan Loughnane during PFL Tournament 4 at Ocean Casino Resort on June 10 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (Photo by Cooper Neil)

The Professional Fighters League will return to Atlanta, Georgia’s Overtime Elite Arena, during the second half of the 2023 regular season.

League officials announced the news in a press release published Thursday.

“The Professional Fighters League is excited to return to the Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta for the second half of the 2023 PFL regular season,” PFL CEO Peter Murray said in a release Thursday. “After three action-packed events in the 2022 regular season, our world-class fighters will return to fight for a ticket to the 2023 playoffs, broadcast live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ is now available globally to 160 countries.

The three card limit begins with 2023’s PFL 4, which debuts at the Overtime Elite Arena on Thursday, June 8. The event will feature featherweight and light heavyweight bouts. And expect the 2022 PFL World Champions Brendan Lofnan and Rob Wilkinson.

PFL 5 arrives on Friday, June 16, and with the women’s heavyweight and featherweight divisions in action, PFL 6 finally concludes on Friday, June 23, with lightweight and The welterweight version followed close behind.

The PFL’s 2023 regular season kicks off in Las Vegas on April 1, 2023 at The Theater at Virgin Hotels. The league’s Challenger Series is currently underway. Week 7 kicks off on Friday, March 10 at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

Atlanta, Georgia Overtime Elite Arena is home to three NBA-sized basketball courts and home to the Overtime Elite Professional Basketball League, which features both national and international players ages 17 to 21.

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