Kayla Targets Sarah

Kayla Targets Sarah


March 12, 2020 MMA Junkie

Kayla Harrison might now be a millionaire, but don’t think for a moment it’s changed her approach – or her desire to win – ahead of the next PFL season.


Reigning 2019 women’s lightweight tournament champion Harrison (7-0 MMA, 7-0 PFL) talked to MMA Junkie at this past Saturday’s Dominance MMA media day in Las Vegas and said nothing has changed since her $1 million-winning performance, and explained she’s chomping at the bit to get back into competitive action.


“Nothing has changed – just the amount of zeroes in my bank account. But that’s literally it,” Harrison said. “I had to take a little time off because I hurt my ankle, so I was gunning to get back in the gym. So I’m training two times a day, every day, and just getting better at what I do – honing my craft.”


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