Kayla Harrison Next Fight

Last Modified Apr 1, 2024 09:39 GMT


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Kayla Harrison is an acclaimed professional mixed martial artist who has competed in the lightweight and featherweight divisions of the sport. She was signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in 2024 when Dana White announced her arrival at the leading professional mixed martial arts promotion.


Kayla Harrison made her professional debut as a mixed martial artist on June 21, 2018, at PFL 2 against Brittney Elkin in a lightweight showdown. Harrison made quick work of Elkin by dispatching her in the first round to win a submission win and set off her professional journey with a win. She amassed a spectacular record of 15 wins before suffering the first loss of her professional career against Larissa Pacheco.


On November 25, 2022, Kayla Harrison squared off against Larissa Pacheco at PFL 10. Harrison and Pacheco fought for five rounds and in the end, she came up short and Pacheco was adjudged the winner by a unanimous decision. The loss is the only defeat Harrison has suffered as of March 2024.


Kayla Harrison Next Fight - Opponent, Date, Location


Kayla Harrison is all set to make her debut in the UFC by taking on the former UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm on April 13, 2024, at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, Las Vegas, USA. The duo will lock horns with each other in a women’s bantamweight showdown on the preliminary card of the UFC 300.

Kayla Harrison Record


Kayla Harrison has a professional mixed martial arts record of 16 wins and 1 loss as of March 2024.


17 matches16 wins1 loss
By knockout60
By submission60
By decision41

Holly Holm Record


Holly Holm has a record of 15 wins, 6 losses, and 1 no-contest as a professional mixed martial artist as of March 2024.


22 matches15 wins6 losses
By knockout81
By submission01
By decision74
No contests1

Kayla Harrison Last Fight


Kayla Harrison squared off against Aspen Ladd at PFL 10 on November 24, 2023, in her most recent fight. The duo fought through the three rounds of the fight and Harrison outclassed Ladd by defeating her by a unanimous decision to win the fight.


FAQs on Kayla Harrison Next Fight

A. She has a record of 16 wins and 1 loss.


A. She is 33 years of age.


A. She is scheduled to face Holly Holm in her next fight.


A. Kayla Harrison is scheduled to take on Holly Holm on April 13, 2024.


A. Yes, she defeated Aspen Ladd by a unanimous decision in her most recent fight.


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