PFL signs Sky New Zealand deal
February 24, 2022
The Professional Fighters League (PFL) and Sky New Zealand have announced an exclusive broadcast partnership for 2022. Sky Sport will become the exclusive PFL content provider in New Zealand, carrying both the PFL’s inaugural Challenger Series and the 2022 PFL Regular Season, Playoffs, and PFL World Championship.Additionally, Sky New Zealand will bring MMA fans exclusive PFL content including archival season footage from 2019-2021 and original content from PFL Studios.
“As we look ahead to an event-packed 2022 season for the Professional Fighters League, we are elated to announce our broadcast partnership with Sky in New Zealand,” said PFL CEO Peter Murray. “Sky is the home of sports and entertainment in New Zealand, and we are eager to deliver MMA fans PFL’s world class content and fighters.”“I’m thrilled that fight fans across the country will have access to world-class fighters and exclusive MMA content on Sky New Zealand in what will be PFL’s biggest season ever,” said Ray Sefo, President of Fighter Operations of PFL. “Genah Fabian and Michelle Montague are two standout talents and I know all of New Zealand will be supporting them when they step into the SmartCage for the upcoming Regular Season and Challenger Series events.” “MMA is a growth sport in Aotearoa New Zealand and has huge appeal to a wide range of fans,” said Adam Crothers, Sky’s Head of Sports Partnerships. “Peter and his team have a bold vision for where they want to take the PFL and it’s exciting for us to be able to share the PFL with Kiwis who keenly follow and admire the extraordinary athletes and personalities who take part in this sport. What’s more, they can do this where they are with Sky Go, Sky Sport Now and through their Sky box.”