Week 2 of the Professional Fighters League 2019 season takes place on Thursday, May 23 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. The event will feature the opening bouts of the lightweight and featherweight divisions as competitors battle it out for a shot at the season-ending million dollar prize.
In the main event, Lance Palmer takes on Alex Gilpin in the featherweight division.
One day prior to the event, the fight card underwent major changes during weight cuts. Alexandre Bezerra missed weight for his featherweight bout, as did fellow 145-pounder Alexandre Almeida. Both fighters were pulled from their bouts. Ronys Torres also failed to get a license from the New York State Athletic Commission which forced his withdrawal from the season. His scheduled opponent, Ramsey Nijem, earned three points after Torres’ withdrawal.
PFL Week 2 will air on ESPN2 and ESPN+.
All of the information you need to catch Thursday’s event can be seen below.
PFL Week 2 Viewing Information
Event: PFL Week 2: Palmer vs. Gilpin
Date: Thursday, May 23
Location: Uniondale, New York
Venue: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Main Card Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
PFL Week 2 Fight Card
MAIN CARD (ESPN+, 9:00 p.m. ET)
- Lance Palmer (145.2) vs. Alex Gilpin (145.4)
- Nate Andrews (155.6) vs. Chris Wade (155.4)
- Andre Harrison (145.8) vs. Peter Petties (144.6)
- Akhmed Aliev (155.4) vs. Carlos Silva (154.8)
- Ylies Djiroun (155.4) vs. Islam Mamedov (155.6)
- Rashid Magomedov (154.8) vs. Loik Radzhabov (155.6)
PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN2, 7:00 p.m. ET)
- Natan Schulte (155) vs. Bao Yincang (154.8)
- Jeremy Kennedy (145.4) vs. Luis Rafael Laurentino (145.4)
- Damon Jackson (145.2) vs. Movlid Khaybulaev (145.8)
- Gadzhi Rabadanov (145.6) vs. Steven Siler (145.4)
How To Live Stream PFL Week 2 Online
Your best bet for watching PFL Week 2 via a live stream is WatchESPN. You will need your log-in and password information for your cable or satellite provider and you’re good to go. ESPN+ is a service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand content on TVs, computer or mobile device. It’s just like a cable or satellite TV service, except it’s delivered over the internet. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial. Like UFC Fight Pass, if you cancel your subscription within seven days, you will not be charged. Once signed up, simply download the Watch ESPN for your computer, phone or mobile device to start streaming.
If you don’t have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch the game through Sling TV. Sling TV is service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand TV channels on TVs, computer or mobile device for a monthly fee. It’s just like a cable or satellite TV service, except it’s delivered over the internet. The service’s Orange package includes ESPN and costs $20 a month, but you can sign up for a free seven-day trial. If you cancel your subscription within the week, you will not be charged. Once signed up, simply download the app for your computer to start watching.
You can also live stream the event online through DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV also offers a free seven-day trial, so you will receive a full week free before your paid membership begins. If you cancel your subscription within the seven day period, you will not be charged. DIRECTV NOW is available on Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
Watch PFL Week 2 On Phone, Tablet Or Mobile
If you can’t watch today’s fights on your TV or computer, the Worldwide Leader has you covered with the WatchESPN app. As long as you have a cable or satellite provider, you can download the app for free in the App Store, the Google Play store, the Amazon App store or the Windows Store.
You can also watch the game on the Sling app. Sign up for a free Sling trial and download their app from the App store or Google Play store. There is also a Sling app for Apple TV, Xbox One, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.
DIRECTV has a DIRECTV NOW app on App Store and Google Play store where you can watch the fight for free, using your seven-day trial. You must cancel it before the trial period ends.