PFL regular-season standings and playoff brackets

Flying knee ends fight in 10 seconds (0:58)

Movlid Khaybulaev levels Damon Jackson with a flying knee, ending the fight in 10 seconds. For more PFL, sign up for ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/. (0:58)

The PFL has six weight classes, with each fighter competing twice during the regular season. The top eight fighters in each men's weight class will advance to the single-elimination playoffs. In the women's lightweight division, which features eight fighters, four will advance to the playoffs.

Welterweight finals: No. 5 seed David Michaud vs. No. 6 seed Ray Cooper III

Women's lightweight finals: No. 2 seed Kayla Harrison vs. No. 4 seed Larissa Pacheco

Featherweight finals: No. 1 seed Lance Palmer vs. No. 7 seed Daniel Pineda

Men's lightweight finals: No. 1 seed Natan Schulte vs. No. 7 seed Loik Radzhabov

Light heavyweight finals: No. 1 seed Emiliano Sordi vs. No. 7 seed Jordan Johnson

Heavyweight finals: No. 5 seed Ali Isaev vs. No. 7 Jared Rosholt

Points breakdown: A win is worth 3 points, a draw is worth 1 and a loss is worth zero points. Fighters can earn bonus points for a stoppage based on the round. A first-round stoppage (knockout, submission, disqualification, injury) is worth 3 bonus points. A second-round stoppage is worth 2 and a third-round stoppage is worth 1 In the case of a tie in the standings, the fighter with faster finishes places higher. A walkover is the result of a fighter's opponent missing weight; the fighter who made weight still has the option to fight and earn bonus points, but is guaranteed at least three points for an automatic win.