Kayla Harrison is issuing an open challenge for an opponent at Titan Fighting Championship’s Dec. 18 event.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist in judo recently took to Twitter in search of a matchup for a 150-pound catchweight bout. According to a report from ESPN, Harrison’s manager, Ali Abdelaziz, is willing to pay her opponent to make the fight a reality.
Harrison, who is under contract with Professional Fighters League, has received permission to fight for the Florida-based promotion. Harrison made her featherweight debut at Invicta FC 43, where she defeat Courtney King via second-round TKO on Nov. 20.
The American Top Team product made her MMA debut with PFL in 2018 and competed in the organization’s season format in 2019, when she captured the championship at 155 pounds. Harrison is 8-0 as a professional, with three wins via TKO and three by submission.
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