Two-time Olympic judo gold medalist Kayla Harrison looks to go 3-0 in MMA when she competes again on Dec. 31 in New York City.
Professional Fighters League will not only crown six champions on Dec. 31, but also welcome Kayla Harrison back to the cage.
Just two fights into her MMA career, Olympic judo champion Kayla Harrison is set on becoming one of the best female fighters in the world within the next 16 months.
Competing as a lightweight, the PFL’s Kayla Harrison could have a hard time finding competition.
Olympian Kayla Harrison destroys Jozette Cotton at the sixth Professional Fighters League (PFL) event on NBCSN last night (Thurs., Aug. 16, 2018) in Atlantic City, New Jersey.