Former PFL Fighter Threatening Lawsuit Against Promotion

MMA

Earlier this year, a change took place as the World Series Of Fighting (WSOF) was morphed into the Professional Fighters League (PFL).

While things have been going smooth on the surface since the changeover, a fighter by the name of Bruce Boyington has come forward to threaten legal action against the promotion after getting released.

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Boyington was cut earlier this week after the PFL trimmed down the lightweight division roster to twelve fighters.

Since getting cut, a now unemployed Boyington took to Twitter to both complain about the companies practices and to threaten legal action.

 

 

 

 

 

The fighter did have a 2-1-0 record during the WSOF days (14-11-0 overall), defeating Rodrigo Almeida and Saul Almeida, while suffering a defeat to Andre Harrison. Boyington hasn’t competed in any incarnation of the WSOF/PFL in over a year, with that last promotional bout coming against Andre Harrison at the WSOF 34.

Once he got word of the fighters claims, PFL President Rey Sefo issued a response to what was being said by Boyington.

Sefo issued that response via Twitter:

 

As of now, no lawsuit has been filed by the fighter against his former promotion.

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