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Updated Standings For PFL Season 2 Following PFL 13

Long Island locals lead the pack as the PFL’s second season gets kicked into overdrive.

The second PFL event in 2019 has come and gone, and there were plenty of memorable moments throughout the show. Two Long Islander’s (Chris Wade, Andre Harrison) dominated their competition while a defending champion (Lance Palmer) looked to continue their momentum. You can check out the full results of the card here.

Two men have the top spots in the men’s featherweight and lightweight divisions with six points. The aforementioned Wade and Harrison both have three. We also got to see one of the best knockouts in PFL history thanks to Movlid Khaibulaev, who were one of those fighters who earned six points.

Here are the official standings for both divisions:

Men’s Featherweight

– Movlid Khaibulaev: 6

– Luis Rafael Laurentino: 6

– Andre Harrison: 3

– Lance Palmer: 3

– Gazdhi Rabadanov: 3

– Steven Siler: 0

– Alex Gilpin: 0

– Peter Petties: 0

– Jeremy Kennedy: 0

– Damon Jackson: 0

– Alexandre Bezerra: 0

Men’s Lightweight

– Natan Schulte: 6

– Akhmet Aliev: 6

– Rashid Magomedov: 3

– Chris Wade: 3

– Islam Mamedov: 3

– Ramsey Nijem: 3

– Ylies Djiroun: 0

– Nate Andrew: 0

– Loik Radzhabov: 0

– Yincang Bao: 0

– Carlos Silva: 0

– Ronys Torress: 0

The next PFL event will also be taking place inside the Nassau Coliseum. That event on June 6th will feature the men’s light heavyweight and heavyweight divisions.

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