This article explores the potential for a future professional ultimate frisbee league. It examines the history of fringe sports and how they eventually enter the mainstream. It looks at how ultimate frisbee can build a base of support and resources to reach a professional level. It also considers the various challenges that may arise as a professional league is developed and how these can be addressed. Finally, it concludes by noting the importance of building a culture of acceptance and support for ultimate frisbee, both to promote the sport on a professional level and to ensure its continued growth.