Kayla Harrison made her MMA debut with the PFL and emphasizes the high value she places on loyalty. While she claims this is not financially driven, her loyalty to herself and her family remains her number one priority. In the wake of the recent 150-pound contract weight fight at the PFL’s 2023 Championship pay-per-view, she made it clear that she will prioritize her best interest in decision-making processes, despite her two previous women’s lightweight titles and her loss of one in 2022. The PFL’s recent acquisition of Bellator has opened up a door of opportunity for Harrison, who desires to face Cris Cyborg in the near future. However, given that Cyborg has been in the UFC and Bellator at the same time Kayla has been with the PFL, there has yet to be any confirmed details about a future fight. She has expressed loyalty to the PFL due to her lengthy history with the promotion. However, she emphasizes that her priority is a professional environment that allows her to continue to grow in her capacity as a fighter. Having considered going to Bellator in recent years, she places a high premium on maximizing her potential and making a significant impact in her professional career. For more on 2023 PFL Championship, visit MMA Junkie’s event hub.
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