Chris Wade thinks his size advantage at featherweight will make all the difference. Wade (19-6) scored his first knockout when he finished Arman Ospanov at 2021 PFL 4 at Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, N.J., on Thursday. With the win, he clinched a playoff spot for the third straight season. A longtime lightweight, the ex-UFC fighter made his featherweight debut this season with a unanimous decision over Anthony Dizy, followed by a finish of of Ospanov. Having competed all the way up to 170 pounds, Wade admits the cut down takes a toll on him, but expects his size and power to continue translating in his performances and finally carry him through to that final spot

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Chris Wade says move to featherweight has paid dividends: I’m probably the biggest dude in this weight class – MMA Junkie

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