Kayla Harrison tops massive PFL Championship Finals card in November, 6 title fights set for MSG event

Kayla Harrison
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Two-time lightweight tournament victor, Kayla Harrison is set to headline the final PFL (Professional Fighters League) card of this year on November 25. – matching with Larissa Pacheco for the third time in their respective careers, atop a stunning six title fight card at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The main card is set to be available through pay-per-view. 

Harrison, who currently boasts an undefeated 15-0 professional record, will attempt to land the third lightweight tournament victory of her tenure with the PFL, most recently landing the 2021 instalment of the season, to go with a 2019 tournament win. 

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Twice featuring against Brazilian opponent, Pacheco, Kayla Harrison holds both a May 2019 unanimous decision win over the former, to go with a further judging win in December of that year.

Earning her slot in her third consecutive lightweight tournament season finale, Kayla Harrison, who has been linked with a future move to the UFC, defeated the trio of Marina Mokhnatkina, Kaitlin Young, and Martina Jindrova en route to this end-of-year finale clash with Pacheco.

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Kayla Harrison will headline the promotion’s final event of 2022

Set to broadcast the main card on ESPN+ pay-per-view, the PFL have stacked the massive Hulu Theatre card with five further championship finale events, with competitors battling for this year’s prize and a $1,000,000 check. The promotion confirmed the event on their official Twitter account this Wednesday afternoon. 

In the night’s co-main event, Brendan Loughnane battles with Bubba Jenkins in the featherweight tournament finale. While Ante Delija meets Matheus Scheffel at heavyweight, Olivier Aubin-Mercier draws Stevie Ray at lightweight, Salidbou Sy takes on Dilano Taylor at welterweight. And Robert Wiklinson shares the SmartCage with Omari Akhmedov at light heavyweight.

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Former UFC featherweight contender, Shane Burgos is also scheduled to make his PFL debut on the main card in his hometown, meeting former UFC bantamweight title challenger, Marlon Moraes – with the Nova Friburgo striker snapping his April retirement from active competition.