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The 2021 MMA Tournaments Twist: PFL Focusing on India

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As a global MMA league, PFL is based in the USA, and they have athletes from over 25 different countries. The disappointment after PFL CEO Peter Murray announced that the MMA league will be postponed for the year of 2021 was huge, but that was the only thing that could be done for the health and safety of the athletes, audience, and business associates. The new season will bring some changes and for MMA fans and fighters in India, the wait will be worthwhile. PFL will be focusing on Indian fighters and India will host several international tournaments in 2021.

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During the coronavirus pandemic, many industries have suffered, and the sports industry is one of them. Indian cricket league was postponed, not to mention less popular sports events in India. The upcoming MMA season will be a great way to help India recover and bring martial arts to life. PFL is planning to sign Indian martial arts fighters, and offer them a life-changing opportunity. As Peter Murray claimed, the events that will occur in a few months will set a great foundation for 2020 events, so the future of Indian MMA looks brighter than ever.

Being the second-largest populated country in the world makes India an amazing candidate for hosting huge events such as MMA. Great sports events go hand in hand with sports betting, which is legal in India. Local Indian experts on gambling justgamblers sees hosting MMA tournaments as an excellent way to make martial arts and online betting even more popular, and what is more important, to bring talented Indian fighters to the spotlight. Some of them are Kantharaj Agasa (11-2) and Sumeet Khade (10-4). Murray is also excited to bring India’s top athletes into the league.

Even though this is only the beginning of PFL’s focus on Indian fighters, it is already more than clear that their talent search will not be in vain. Thanks to the readiness of PFL to recognize and sign those athletes, the martial arts in India will be brought to a completely new level. Sports fans in India will have access to quality premium MMA via a free app. Until the corona crisis is over, fans from India will have to watch this exciting sport on their devices, but soon enough, they will have a chance to witness live events in their country.

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