Former UFC fighter Derek Brunson made a successful debut with the Professional Fighters League (PFL) and is reportedly very satisfied with his payment for the fight. In an exclusive interview with FirstSportz, Brunson expressed his happiness with the remuneration he received from PFL, stating that he made “so much cash” from the fight.
Brunson, who joined the PFL roster earlier this year, made his debut with the organization at PFL 6 on August 19th. The 37-year-old fighter secured a first-round knockout victory over opponent Chris Camozzi, marking an impressive start to his PFL career.
In addition to his victorious performance, Brunson’s contentment with his payment from PFL has stirred up some controversy in the MMA community. The fighter claimed that he has made enough money from his debut fight and doesn’t see the need to compete again.
Despite his announcement, there is still speculation about whether Brunson will continue to fight with PFL or seek other opportunities in the sport. Many fans and pundits are eager to see how Brunson’s career unfolds in the coming months.
FirstSportz will be keeping a close eye on Derek Brunson’s future in the PFL and the world of MMA as a whole, and will provide updates as they develop.