PFL Announces Multi-Year Deal With RedCon1 As Nutrition And Supplement Partner

RedCon1 will sponsor all PFL season events in this new deal.

The Professional Fighters League has announced a multi-year deal with REDCON1 as the Official Performance, Active Nutrition, and Supplement Partner.

In this deal, REDCON1 will sponsor all PFL regular season events on ESPN and PFL Challenger Series events on Fubo TV. REDCON1 will also now be able to provide PFL athletes with supplements.

“The Professional Fighters League is excited to partner with REDCON1 beginning with the upcoming Season and PFL Challenger Series,” said PFL CRO Jon Tuck in a recent press release. “REDCON1 and the PFL are two energetic brands which share a passion for the health and wellness of world-class athletes.”

“REDCON1 is the fastest growing sports nutrition brand, and through this multi-year partnership, we’re focused on extending our brand’s message and reach to new consumers looking to get the most out of their workout and workday,” said Eric Hart, President and co-owner of REDCON1.

The PFL is one of the fastest growing sports’ leagues. This gives fighters a chance to compete in a regular season format, along with playoffs and a championship. It was streamed live to 160 countries around the world last year. This is only going to continue to grow and that is the plan as this agreement is made.

REDCON1 continues to be a mission-based brand founded to create high quality supplements for people that need to get the most out of their day, whether it be in the gym or daily life. REDCON1 supplements are available at many stores in 80 countries around the world.

“As a tech-enabled active nutrition company, we’re excited to create interactive, immersive experiences in collaboration with the PFL’s technology-enhanced SMARTCAGE backed by notable investors Kevin Hart, Tony Robbins, and Wiz Khalifa,” said Ryan Monahan, Chief Marketing Officer of REDCON1.

The terms of the deal between REDCON1 and the PFL were not disclosed in the press release but it will be a multi-year agreement. This will allow both companies to help the other when it comes to promotion and exposure.

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Greg Patuto
Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation,, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.