Kayla Harrison and Taylor Guardado make weight and make their Women’s Lightweight Championship bout official

Ray Cooper III and Magomed Magomedkerimov set for Welterweight Championship Rematch

PFL’s final event for the 2021 Season airs live this Wednesday, October 27th at 4:30 PM ET on ESPN+ (English and Spanish) with the action continuing on ESPN2 at 8:00 PM


HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA - The Professional Fighters League, the fastest growing and most innovative sports league, held official weigh-ins for the 2021 PFL World Championship, the culminating event in the widely successful 2021 season. Headlining the card will be a PFL Women’s Lightweight Championship showdown between Kayla Harrison and Taylor Guardado. 

Harrison tipped the scales at 153.8-pounds, as she tries to remain undefeated and become a two-time PFL Women’s Lightweight Champion. Guardado, the talented newcomer, came in at 154.4-pounds as she faces the biggest challenge of her young MMA career. 

In the co-main event, rivals face off for the PFL Welterweight World Championship, as 2019 champion Ray Cooper III faces 2018 champion Magomed Magomedkerimov. 

Cooper came in at 169.8-pounds as he looks to even the score with the man that denied him the 2018 PFL Welterweight Championship. Magomedkerimov meanwhile weighed in at 170-pounds, as he tries to once again become the league’s top welterweight. 


ESPN2 Card

  • Women’s Lightweight Championship: Kayla Harrison (153.8) vs. Taylor Guardado (154.4)
  • Welterweight Championship: Ray Cooper III (169.8) vs. Magomed Magomedkerimov (170)
  • Women’s Lightweight Bout: Claressa Shields (155.8) vs. Abigail Montes (154.4)
  • Heavyweight Championship: Bruno Cappelozza (236.4) vs. Ante Delija (243)
  • Featherweight Championship: Movlid Khaybulaev (145) vs. Chris Wade (145)

ESPN+ Card

  • Light Heavyweight Championship: Antonio Carlos Jr. (204.4) vs. Marthin Hamlet (205)
  • Lightweight Championship: Loik Radzhabov (155) vs. Raush Manfio (155)
  • Light Heavyweight Bout: Omari Akhmedov (203.6) vs. Jordan Young (206)
  • Women’s Lightweight Bout: Julia Budd (154.6) vs. Kaitlyn Young (155.6)
  • Lightweight Bout: Don Madge (155.6) vs. Nathan Williams (155.4)