Stunning MMA star Amber Leibrock stares at the rival in a thrilling duel before debuting in the PFL’s $1M winner take-all season
MMA star Amber Leibrock had her eye on the prize when she scowled ahead of her Professional Fighters League debut.
The American is one of eight featherweight contenders in this year’s PFL campaign.
Leibrock, 35, meets Martina Jindrova, 32, of the Czech Republic on Friday night and the pair stood opposite each other to stare down tensely.
The two eyes met before both closed in on each other, Jindrova breaking first.
And fans were quick to support Leibrock, as one said, “Let’s goooo.”
Another added: “Girls let’s go!!!”
Jindrova is returning for her second PFL season while Leibrock is making her debut.
The PFL is the only seasonal format of MMA that consists of qualifying and knockout stages.
Points are earned per winning method in the first two bouts, with the top four in each weight advancing to the semifinals.
From there it’s victory or homecoming, culminating in a finals match with a title belt and $1 million check waiting for you.
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Jindrova made it to the semifinals last year but was beaten by two-time Olympic judo and PFL champion Kayla Harrison, 32.
Leibrock is 6-4 in her career, having also fought for Bellator and Invicta FC.
She is currently on a three-fight win streak, most recently beating Morgan Frier, 32, by submission last July.