Kayla Harrison, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, said she made "mistakes" in her unanimous decision victory over Larissa Pacheco, and felt like her performance fell short of her expectations in the main event of Thursday night's PFL 1 at NYCB Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Harrison escaped danger multiple times against Pacheco, a Brazilian fighter who has competed on "The Ultimate Fighter," but she felt her performance missed the mark.
"I think people underestimate my desire to be the best and to be perfect," said Harrison, who shed tears after the win. "I'm not just one of those people who says it. I want to go out and I want to dominate and I want to [impose] my will and I want people to beg to never have to fight me again. When I feel like I fall short of that, I'm not happy."