PFL . Champion Kayla Harrison a bit overconfident about beating featherweight champion Bellator Cris Cyborg.
Cris Cyborg, former UFC champion and current Bellator women’s featherweight champion is making another spectacular title defense at Bellator 271. Despite her recent performances, Olympic medalist and two-time PFL champion, Kayla Harrison very confident about defeating Cyborg in a potential fight.
Kayla is currently the “hottest freestyle” in all of MMA and is looking to raise her bar in terms of competition. The fighter has had many links to the UFC but nothing is certain yet. Her most recent bout was in October when she beat Taylor Guardado in October to become the champion for a second time.
On a recent episode of the “Punchin’ In” podcast, Kayla talked about a potential couple with Cris and said it wouldn’t be too difficult for her. “I think I’ll dominate,” Kayla talks about a potential match with Cyborg.
Kayla Harrison thinks Cris Cyborg’s career is going downhill
“I mean practically every fight is tough. You have to be smart. You have to be calculating, being a cold killer in that but I have absolute faith in my coach and they are developing a game plan and I work harder than anyone else in the game. room, including her. I think my career is (going up) and she is ending her career,” Kayla said on the podcast.
Kayla was also present in Cyborg’s match at Bellator 271 against Sinead Kavanagh, where the former UFC champion knocked out the Irishman in the first round of the fight. After the match, she was talking to MMA Junkie and said, “She had a great show, and I have nothing but respect for her.”
On the other hand, Cyborg was asked by reporters if she enjoyed fighting Harrison and the featherweight champion said, “I’m here if you want to fight me someday, it will be a great fight.” Who would you put your money in in a fight between Cyborg and Harrison?
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