The regular season is about to come to a close and the playoffs kickoff in October. Starting small with the roster turned out to be a good idea. Their biggest names are currently ex-UFC mid carders, former Bellator champions, and remnants from the WSOF. It's a good mix of vets and newer fighters. However, they might need some bigger names in order to attract the attention they want. Michael Chandler - Already kind ashot down the idea for fighting in the PFL. But maybe seeing the tournament winners get their money would change his mind? I'm not sure he would be able to win a tournament seeing as how he's 0-2 against Will Brooks. Frank Mir - Had a one fight deal with Bellator. Could be good for ratings and could also win a million dollars. The heavyweight division in the PFL isn't that deep. Vitor Belfort - If they want TRT-tor, they would have to schedule a good portion of their shows on Indian reservations. LHW and MW are probably the PFL's weakest weight classes. Vee-tore would have a decent shot at winning 1M, even in his deflated state. He would probably be expensive though. Johny Hendricks - Retired but whatever. I'm not sure if he would be able to win the MW tournament. He'd probably be used as an old fighter for younger guys to make a name off of, Travis Browne style. Probably wouldn't be as nearly as expensive as Mir, Chandler, or Vitor though. Erick Silva - He recently fought for the feeder league, LFA. Might as well be a free agent. I can't see him winning 1M though. The welterweight division in PFL is their toughest IMO. Kendall Grove - I believe he's a free agent in MMA. Not sure if his bare knuckle thing extends to that. As far as how he would do, same as Johny Hendricks. Sage Northcutt - I believe he becomes a free agent in a couple of months? Anywho, he could potentially be good for ratings, but who knows? I don't think he would win 1M at either LW or WW.