We may see Kayla Harrison in the final game of the PFL season.
The two-time PFL women’s lightweight champion and two-time Olympic judo gold medallist successfully returned to the main event of the 2022 PFL Playoffs 3 in London on Saturday with a quick and dominant The dominant way beat Martina Jindrova (6-3). Harrison (15-0) is now in her third straight PFL final, which she believes will be her last.
“I have two more games left on my contract after the next game,” Harrison said in the post – fighting Mike OwensMedia. “I think it’s going to be my last season, but I’m still going to fight the PFL.
“Also, I think it’s time to pass the torch. We saw Dakota (Ditcheva) tonight and she had a great game. She is an up-and-coming fighter. I’m so excited to see her build the department and be the next generation.
“That’s what it’s about. I stand on the shoulders of giants, on the shoulders of the women who helped me get there, and I want these young women to do the same. I Hope they stand on my shoulders and continue to grow the sport and change the game.”
PFL plans to launch pay-per-view in 2023, and Harrison is a big part of those plans . Harrison sees this as her future at the PFL.
For the season, the 32-year-old will now take on Brazil’s Larisa Pacheco, who has previously won twice. Harrison said there was no competition or Bad blood, but determined to put away Pacheco.
If this is really Harrison’s last game in the PFL season format, she wants to shine and would love to see the PFL lift its ban on the use of the elbow.
“I think there’s going to be a big difference in this fight, and everybody wants to see, it’s some elbows,” Harrison said. “I think we should have elbowed in the final.”