Kayla Harrison unhappy with how PFL has promoted upcoming PPV event, expects contract with promotion to end sometime in 2023

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Kayla Harrison is not happy with the way PFL has promoted her upcoming pay-per-view fight against Larissa Pacheco.

Kayla Harrison believes upcoming PPV event could have been promoted better.


Harrison will battle Larissa Pacheco in the headlining bout of this Friday’s PFL World Championship pay-per-view event. Harrison has fought Pacheco on two occasions prior, winning by way of decisions.

During a recent appearance on The MMA Hour, Harrison expressed frustration with PFL’s handling of promoting the upcoming event.

It’s a little frustrating to me they make the first pay-per-view fight [be] a fight I’ve already had twice. And they only give it like like a month to sell. I was kinda like…. I mean I get paid the same, so it’s no skin of my back but… I would have liked to have helped promote it better.” she said.

I think you say it at the beginning of the year. ‘The season starts now on ESPN. At the end of the year we’re going to pay-per-view you’re going to watch people’s lives change’” she continued.

Harrison said she won’t be tied to PFL much longer and expects her contract to end sometime during 2023.

I have two more fights left on my contract with the PFL. After Friday, I’ll have two more fights. Six months, twelve months, something like that. I think it ends sometime in 2023, and it ends immediately. There’s no matching, there’s no restriction, there’s no 30 days, nothing.”

PFL World Championship takes place this Friday November 25, 2022, from the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, United States. The event will be aired live on pay-per-view from 8pm ET.

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