Nathan Kelly vs. Dimitry Solimeis set for PFL Dublin card

The fight announcements keep on rolling in as PFL have confirmed that SBG featherweight Nathan Kelly (8-2) will take on Frenchman Dimitry Solimeis (6-3) on the PFL Dublin card which is set to take place at Dublin’s 3Arena on December 8th.

It will be Kelly’s fourth appearance with the PFL after the Finglas man made his debut in impressive fashion when he took out Ben Ellis by first round submission on the PFL 8: 2022 European playoff series in August 2022.

Kelly then got the chance to compete on US soil for his next outing, another impressive first round submission over Zachary Hicks on the PFL Challenger Series in March 2023.

Another fantastic opportunity arose when Kelly got the chance to compete at the world-famous Madison Square Garden, where he extended his winning streak to 7-fights, beating Damien Nelson by unanimous decision. The SBG standout will look to keep his winning streak alive when he returns home to compete on home soil inside Dublin’s 3Arena for his next outing.

Dimitry Solimeis is set to be the man standing in the way of Nathan Kelly when they both square off in the 145-pound division. Solimeisi cut his teeth on the French Regional scene and amassed 6 wins and 3 defeats to kick off his professional career. A loss in his last outing against Banjougou Sidibe snapped a four-fight win-streak and the Frenchman will be eager to get back into the win column on what will be his PFL debut.

PFL Dublin will be available to watch on the DAZN app in Ireland and the UK. The event will take place at the 3Arena in Dublin on December 8th. Stay tuned to severe mma for further updates on the card.

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