Jeremy Stephens Fired up Ahead of PFL Championships, ‘I’m Going for the Kill’

  • Posted on Nov 24, 2022

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Jeremy Stephens didn’t appreciate the part of his career where he was forced to take a long layoff and is happy the situation took a u-turn after signing with the Professional Fighters League. Stephens (29-20, 1 NC; 1-1 PFL) is scheduled to make his last appearance of the year as he takes on Natan Schulte in the upcoming 2022 PFL World Championship. After spending most of his professional career in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, “Lil’ Heathen” signed with the PFL earlier this year. The mixed martial arts veteran lived up to his reputation as a show-stealer in clashes with Clay Collard and Myles Price, taking home a defeat and a victory at 2022 PFL 1 and PFL 4, respectively. Now, he is ready to put on a show against two-time PFL champion Schulte. (00:00) Intro (00:33) Spending his Saturday at home (01:04) His pre-fight rituals (02:27) His motivation to fight ahead of his 50th fight (04:40) The evolution of his game (09:33) Praising PFL’s busy schedule (11:48) Thinking about

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