Next month’s Professional Fighters League: Washington DC card is complete with the final three fights as Lance Palmer faces Steven Siler, Daniel Gallemore faces Mike Kyle and Josenaldo Silva faces Timur Valiev.
Palmer (11-3-0) is a former two-time World Series Of Fighting Featherweight Champion, defeating Rick Glenn and Alexandre Almeida to start both reigns. Palmer has seen his last three fights go the distance and it has been over two years since the fighter got a finish.
Siler (29-16-0) has won just one of his last three fights, with that lone win coming over Patrick Reeves at Jeremy Horn’s Elite Fight Night 28. Siler also won five of nine fights during his UFC tenure, with notable wins coming over Cole Miller, Mike Brown and Kurt Holobaugh.
Gallemore (7-3-0) is going to be making his PFL debut in this fight and he is the current Victory Fighting Championships Heavyweight Champion. Gallemore has seen only one of his professional MMA fights go the distance and that fight came over six years ago.
Kyle (22-15-1-2NC) has won just two of his last eight bouts, with those two wins coming over Magomedbag Agaev and Dan Charles. Kyle I also competing for the third time this year, with this year being his most active year as a fighter since 2013.
Silva (25-5-0) was the final fighter to challenge for the World Series Of Fighting Bantamweight Title, losing to Marlon Moraes at the WSOF 34. Silva lost the title fight to Moraes via an injury, which is the first time he suffered a defeat as a pro MMA fighter due to an injury.
Valiev (11-2-0) had won five of six fights during his tenure in the WSOF, most notably defeating Ed West by TKO at the WSOF 19. Valiev is also competing for the first time in over a year, with his last bout at the WSOF 33 coming in October of 2016.
PFL: Washington DC takes place on Thursday, November 2 from the Washington Hilton in Washington DC with Blagoy Ivanov and Caio Alencar headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which airs live on the promotion’s website.