Kayla Harrison earned her second consecutive PFL girls’s light-weight title on Wednesday when she defeated Taylor Guardado within the 2021 PFL Championship primary occasion.
Harrison (12-0) added one other dominant win to her file and one other $1 million to her checking account when she closed out the 2021 PFL season with a second-round submission win over Guardado (3-2) on the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Resort in Hollywood, Fla.
With the win, Harrison concludes her PFL contract and is poised to enter free company the place PFL, Bellator and UFC are anticipated to vie for her companies.
Check under for the highest Twitter reactions to Harrison’s win over Guardado at 2021 PFL Championship.
One factor I recognize about Harrison is she does not play along with her meals. Typically simply ends it asap
— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) October 28, 2021
Guardado was a 135 pound fighter in her final struggle previous to becoming a member of the PFL match.
Just undecided what we’re studying about Harrison in opposition to these a lot smaller and overmatched opponents.
— TheRealSnowden (@JESnowden) October 28, 2021
I don’t understand how Kayla Harrison would fare in opposition to prime competitors in both the UFC or Bellator, however within the PFL her work is medical, and it’s time to maneuver on after one other title.
Unless, in fact, she simply needs to maintain assortment million-dollar checks.
— Simon Samano (@SJSamano) October 28, 2021
Easy work for Kayla Harrison. Add one other million within the financial institution. I’d like to see Harrison compete in opposition to Nunes or Cyborg.
I believe that makes Taylor Guardado the one combined martial artists to lose by armbar to Harrison and Ronda Rousey (novice struggle).
— Josh Gross (@yay_yee) October 28, 2021
Pros and cons to tonight’s PFL match last:
Pros: The fights delivered, I like 3 fighters within the sales space particularly Sean O’Connell, and I’m warming as much as the additional struggle metrics.
Cons: The timing of this occasion sucked rocks. The period of time between fights was ridiculous.
— Michael Chiesa (@MikeMav22) October 28, 2021