What is Kayla Harrison's MMA record?

Last Modified Apr 4, 2024 08:29 GMT


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Kayla Harrison is a leading professional mixed martial artist who has competed in the women’s lightweight division and is scheduled to make her bantamweight debut at UFC 300 in a bout against Holly Holm. The Ohio-born fighter fought in the PFL as a professional fighter before getting signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).


On June 21, 2018, Kayla Harrison made her debut in mixed martial arts against Brittney Elkin in a lightweight showdown. She won the fight via a first-round submission and took off to a dominant start as a professional fighter. After a successful stint in the PFL, which started in 2018 and ended in 2023, Kayla Harrison switched promotions and is braced for her first fight in the UFC.


In January 2024, the news of Kayla Harrison’s inclusion in the UFC was announced by Dana White. She will make her promotional debut on the preliminary card of the UFC’s much-awaited pay-per-view UFC 300 on April 13, 2024. She will be making her bantamweight debut in the fight, having largely fought in the lightweight division, she will be cutting considerable weight for a fight for the first time in her career.


Kayla Harrison MMA Record


Kayla Harrison has a professional mixed martial arts record of 16 wins and 1 loss as of April 2024. She has 6 wins throughout the knockout, 6 by submission, and 4 by decision. Harrison has lost 1 fight by decision.


17 matches16 wins1 loss
By knockout60
By submission60
By decision41

Kayla Harrison Losses


Kayla Harrison has suffered one professional loss as a professional mixed martial artist ever since making her debut. She locked horns with Larissa Pacheco at PFL 10 on November 25, 2022. The fight went on for five rounds and the winner was later decided on the judges’ scorecard, which scored the fight 48-47 in Pacheco’s favor. Larissa Pacheco was declared the winner by a unanimous decision. The defeat against Pacheco is Harrison’s first professional loss as she gears up for her next professional bout at UFC 300.


FAQs on Kayla Harisson MMA Record

A. She is 33 years old.


A. She has a professional mixed martial arts record of 16 wins and 1 loss.


A. She has just lost one fight as of April 2024.


A. She will make her debut at UFC 300 on April 13, 2024.


A. She made her professional debut on June 21, 2018.


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