PFL Season Two Round Two Selections Are In, Several UFC Vets Competing

There are less than two months before the second Professional Fighters League season begins and more fighters have been added to the PFL roster.

The newest additions to the roster, announced via ESPN, are season one finalist Ray Cooper III, PFL Season 1 Welterweight Champion Magomed Magomedkerimov, Zane Kamaka, UFC veteran Jordan Johnson, Luis Rafael Laurentino, season 1 competitor Andre Harrison, former WSOF Heavyweight Champion Smealinho Rama, UFC veteran Alex Nicholson, Sadibou Sy, UFC veteran David Michaud, UFC veteran Chris Wade, Nate Andrews, Kelvin Tiller, Denis Goltsov and Ben Edwards.

President Of PFL Operations Ray Sefo says that the promotion is proud so many fighters want to compete there, but there are only so many slots available.

"We are proud that PFL is the organization fighters want to be part of, as these guys have the talent and star power to have chosen any MMA organization," said Sefo. "PFL has only 68 slots this year for fighters, and the harsh reality is it is highly competitive to get into this league. Fighters from around the world want to control their own destiny, and after seeing six of their peers last year cash $1 million checks and win championship belts, they have come hungry to compete."

PFL Season 2 kicks off on May 9, but no fights have been announced at this time.

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