Enter to Win the Ultimate Fighter Experience

Enter to Win the Ultimate Fighter Experience

Please note that this sweepstakes is no longer active. 

The Professional Fighters League (PFL) and Liteboxer are joining forces to bring one lucky winner and a friend the Ultimate Fighter Experience

The winner of Liteboxer’s Ultimate Fighter Experience will be there live to catch all the drama and excitement of the 2021 PFL Championship, where the winners of six title bouts will be crowned PFL World Champions of their respective weight class and earn $1 million. 

With six title fights in one night showcasing some of the best MMA fighters in the world, this is one experience you don’t want to miss. Plus, did we mention we’re throwing in a Liteboxer?

Enter to Win the Ultimate Fighter Experience. 

What You Can Win

The winner of the Ultimate Fighter Experience will score:

  • 2 tickets to the PFL Championship Final on October 27th in Hollywood, FL
  • $250 airline ticket vouchers for you and one guest to Hollywood, FL
  • Ground transportation between the airport and hotel
  • 2-night accommodations at a hotel
  • 1 Liteboxer + 1-year Liteboxer Membership

How to Enter

Head to our PFL sweepstakes page to fill in your details anytime between today and October 1, 2021 for your chance to win. Anyone can enter but only one entry is allowed per person. Winners will be announced via email and social media on October 3, 2021. 

Read on to learn more about the 2021 PFL Championships and the exciting match-ups you can expect to see if you are the lucky winner of the Ultimate Fighter Experience.

What’s the Professional Fighters League (PFL)?

The Professional Fighters League (PFL) started in 2018 as a way to organize MMA fights (mixed martial arts) in a familiar sport-season format, making fights easier and far more exciting to watch. 

This year the PFL kicked off their third-ever season on April 23, featuring MMA athletes across six different weight classes:

  • Men’s featherweight (145-pounds)
  • Men’s lightweight (155-pounds)
  • Men’s welterweight (170-pounds)
  • Men’s light heavyweight (205-pounds)
  • Men’s heavyweight (up to 265 pounds)
  • Women’s lightweight (155-pounds)

The season is divided into Regular Season, Playoffs, and Championships. In the Regular Season, each fighter had two, three-round bouts across April, May, and June. Their final standings coming out of those matches were determined by a points system, with 3 points for a win plus extra points for knockouts and submissions.

The four fighters in each of the six categories with the most points advanced to the PFL Playoffs. The winners of those three single-elimination fights are the athletes heading to the Championship on October 27. 

To learn more about the lead-up to the PFL Championships, check out the official website of the PFL

2021 PFL World Championship Match-ups

Each of the six championship fights consists of five, five-minute rounds where the winner of each weight class takes home $1 million and the title of PFL World Champion. 

You’ll also get to watch a preliminary fight featuring the greatest women’s boxer of all time, Claressa Shields. And you can be there live and in-person to experience it all! 

Check out the seven explosive fights you can expect to see at the championship on October 27: 

Welterweight Championship: Ray Cooper III vs. Magomed Magomedkerimov

Welterweight Championship: Cooper III vs. Magomedkerimov

2019 vs. 2018 Welterweight Champions

Ray Cooper III Magomed Magomedkerimov
From
Pearl City, Hawaii 
Dagestan, Russia 
Career highlights
  • 2019 PFL Welterweight World Champion
  • 14 career knockouts, 6 of which were over of the last 2 PFL seasons
  • Has made the Welterweight finals in 2018 and 2019
  • 2018 PFL Welterweight World Champion
  • Unbeaten in the PFL over 3 seasons (10-0) 
  • 13 straight wins overall
  • Best guillotine choke in MMA
Career wins 22 28
Career losses 8 5

Lightweight Championship: Loik Radzhabov vs. Raush Manfio

Lightweight Championship: Radzhabov vs. Manfio

2019 PFL Lightweight Runner-up vs. former Titan FC Lightweight Champion

Loik Radzhabov
 Raush Manfio
Nickname Jaguar Paw Cavalo De Guerra
From
Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Career highlights
  • 2019 PFL Lightweight Runner-up
  • 11 career wins by stoppage
  • 7 wins by knockout
  • Former Titan FC Lightweight Champion
  • This is his first PFL season 
Career wins 15 14
Career losses 3 3

Women’s Lightweight Championship: Kayla Harrison vs. Taylor Guardado

Women's Lightweight Championship: Harrison vs. Guardado

The most decorated American judoka ever vs. “No Mercy” underdog 

Kayla Harrison
 Taylor Guardado
Nickname - No Mercy
From
Middletown, Ohio 
Las Vegas, Nevada
Career highlights
  • 2x Olympic Judo Gold Medalist (2012, 2016) 
  • Undefeated in her MMA career
  • 7 of 9 wins came by stoppage (4 knockouts, 3 submissions)
  • This is her first PFL season 
  • Max punch speed this season is 21.43 mph, higher than some of the men 
Career wins 11 3
Career losses 0 1

Heavyweight Championship: Bruno Cappelozza vs. Ante Delija

Heavyweight Championship: Cappelozza vs. Delija

Devastating Striker with 100% Finishing Rate vs. “The Walking Trouble”

Bruno Cappelozza
 Ante Delija
Nickname - The Walking Trouble
From Sao Paulo, Brazil Zagreb, Croatia
Career highlights
  • 12 wins have come via knockout
  • Former Jungle Fight Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion
  • This is his first PFL season
  • 1-0 during the 2019 PFL season before withdrawing from the season due to injury
  • 13 career wins by stoppage (6 knockouts, 7 submissions)
  • Protege of MMA Legend Mirko Cro Cop
Career wins 13 19
Career losses 5 4

Featherweight Championship: Chris Wade vs. Movlid Khaybulaev

Featherweight Championship: Wade vs. Khaybulaev

2019 Lightweight Semifinalist vs. “The Killer”

Chris Wade Movlid Khaybulaev
Nickname The Long Island Killer The Killer
From Long Island, New York Dagestan, Russia
Career highlights
  • 2x PFL Lightweight Semifinalist
  • 1x PFL Featherweight Semifinalist
  • Undefeated as a professional
  • Fastest knockout in PFL history (10-second flying knee KO)
Career wins 20 18
Career losses 6 0

Light Heavyweight Championship: Antonio Carlos Jr. vs. Marthin Hamlet

Light Heavyweight Championship: Carlos Jr. vs. Hamlet

“Shoeface" vs. "The Darkhorse"

Antonio Carlos Jr. Marthin Hamlet
Nickname Shoeface The Darkhorse
From
Joao Pessoa, Brazil 
Tonsberg, Norway
Career highlights
  • 9 of 11 wins via submission
  • This is his first PFL season
  • 6 of 8 wins came by stoppage
  • Former Cage Warriors Light Heavyweight Title Challenger
  • This is his first PFL season
Career wins 12 8
Career losses  5 2

Preliminary Women’s Lightweight: Claressa Shields vs. Abigail Montes

Preliminary Women’s Lightweight: Shields vs. Montes

#1 vs. #17 Women’s Pound-For-Pound Boxer

Claressa Shields Abigail Montes
Nickname T-Rex -
From Flint, Michigan Jalisco, Mexico

Career highlights

  • Greatest women’s boxer of all time
  • #1 Pound-For-Pound Women’s Boxer
  • 2x Olympic Gold Medalist (2012, 2016)
  • 3-Division Boxing World Champion
  • Fastest in boxing history to win World Titles in 3 weight classes

 

  • #17 Pound-For-Pound Women’s Boxer 

 

Career wins 1 2
Career losses 0 0

Win Your Own Liteboxer + Liteboxer Membership

It’s not just this unforgettable night you’ll win as part of the Ultimate Fighter Experience. You’ll also get to bring home the fight with your very own Liteboxer and 1-year Liteboxer Membership

This unlocks unlimited access to your own at-home sports experience including best-in-class boxing trainer instruction and Punch Tracks programmed to an always-growing library of the latest charting music. 

Ready to enter for the chance to win the Ultimate Fighter Experience AND your own Liteboxer? Head to our PFL sweepstakes home page for more information and to enter today. 

Please note that this sweepstakes is no longer active. 


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