What channel is PFL Europe 4 2023 on today? Live streams, start time, full card for MMA event

In November, the Professional Fighters League completed its 2023 season in the U.S. with its World Championship Finals. The promotion now looks to determine the top emerging European MMA fighters with PFL Europe 4 on December 8. The event is in the 3Arena in Dublin and airs on DAZN in the UK. 

The main event will be a non-tournament fight between Nathan Kelly vs. Dimitry Solimeis. Dublin native Kelly has fought for Cage Warriors and Bellator before he joined the PFL in 2022. A Challenger Series alum, Kelly competed in the U.S. before joining PFL Europe. The 26-year-old is excited to headline a card with family and friends in attendance and looks to drop the power puncher in Solimeis. 

“I’m just preparing for a taller, longer, lankier, more awkward type of fighter to the best of my ability,” Kelly told Pundit Arena. “I don’t think he’ll want to grapple, he will want to work his kicks and knees. But I don’t care if he’s longer, I think my skill set is too strong for him. I’m coming to fight, I’m coming to finish every single time, and I’m looking to take this lads’ head clean off and take a chin or a limb home.”

MORE: Join DAZN to watch the 2023 PFL season

Solimeis has fought for Gladiator Fighting Arena and Mixed Martial Arts Grand Prix. The French fighter has four wins via knockout but had his four-fight win streak snapped in October against Banjougou Sidibe. 

Also on the card will be the PFL Europe tournament final fights. Dakota Ditcheva faces Valentina Scatizzi at flyweight, Jakub Kaszuba fights John Mitchell at lightweight, Khurshed Kakhorov and Frans Mlambo clash at bantamweight, and, at light heavyweight, it will be Jakob Nedoh vs. Simeon Powell. 

Here’s all you need to know about the event, from channel, time, and card.

How to watch PFL Europe 4 2023

Region TV channel Live streaming
USA
Canada YouTube
UK and Ireland DAZN 1 HD DAZN
Australia Stan Sport

Fight fans in the U.K. can watch PFL Europe via DAZN while those in Australia can watch through Stan Sport.

PFL Europe 4 2023 price: How much does the event cost? 

  • DAZN monthly subscription: £9.99 in the U.K. on a 12-month contract or £19.99 month-to-month
  • DAZN annual subscription: $224.99 in U.S., $199.99 in Canada, £99.99 in the U.K.

MORE: All you need to know about PFL’s new deal with ESPN

When is PFL Europe 4 2023?

PFL Europe 4 begins at 5 p.m. GMT, which is 12 p.m. ET, on December 8. Here’s how that translates to different timezones globally:

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)
USA and Canada (ET) Friday, December 8 12 p.m. ET 6 p.m ET
USA and Canada (PT) Friday, December 8 9 a.m. PT 3 p.m. PT
UK and Ireland Friday, December 8 5 p.m. GMT 11 p.m. BST
Australia Saturday, December 9 4 a.m. AEDT 10 a.m. AEDT

MORE: Join DAZN to watch the 2023 PFL season

PFL Europe 4 2023 fight card

  • Nathan Kelly vs. Dimitry Solimeis; Featherweights
  • Jakub Kaszuba vs. John Mitchell; 2023 PFL Europe Lightweight Finals
  • Khurshed Kakhorov vs. Frans Mlambo; 2023 PFL Europe Bantamweight Finals 
  • Dakota Ditcheva vs. Valentina Scatizzi; PFL Europe Flyweight Finals
  • Jakob Nedoh vs. Simeon Powell; 2023 PFL Europe Light Heavyweight Finals
  • Lewis McGrillen-Evans vs. Weslley Maia; 2024 PFL Europe Bantamweight Qualifier bout
  • Andreeas Binder vs. Daniele Scatizzi; 2024 PFL Europe Lightweight Qualifier bout
  • Yazid Chouchane vs. Dylan Tuke; 2024 PFL Europe Lightweight Qualifier bout
  • Brett Johns vs. David Tonatiuh Crol; Featherweights
  • Tom Breese vs. Cleiton Silva; PFL Global League Qualifier bout
  • Dominique Wooding vs. Ben Davis; PFL Europe Bantamweight Qualifier bout
  • Connor Hughes vs. Sebastian Santana Guedes; 2024 PFL Europe Lightweight Qualifier bout
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