PFL lightweights team with WMMA Rankings to predict the winner of Friday’s Harrison vs. Pacheco title fight

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A lightweight title fight headlines Friday’s PFL World Championship 2022 event when Kayla Harrison attempts to defend her throne against knockout artist Larissa Pacheco.

Kayla Harrison & Larissa Pacheco battle for the PFL lightweight championship on Friday.


Ahead of the big fight, WMMA Rankings has teamed up with four members of PFL’s lightweight roster.

These fierce and highly-touted prospects all have their eyes on someday claiming that world title. Tonight they make their official pick on who they believe walks away as lightweight champion of 2022.


Abigail Montes
3-2-0


It will be a very interesting fight since both come with very good streaks. Larissa comes from knocking out girls in the first round with her very powerful hands. If she can connect to Harrison before Harrison takes her to the ground, she could be champion. But I think Harrison has very good pressure and it will be difficult to catch her. It will be interesting.”

Olena Kolesnyk
7-5-0


My prediction for the fight, if Larissa Pacheco is in the same condition as in my fight, and the whole year, she has a huge chance to win the belt. It will definitely be interesting to see. Larissa Pacheco, this girl deserves to be a champion this year, she had a much harder way than Kayla Harrison. Kayla had much easier opponents this year in my opinion, with all respect to the other girls. Larissa has all the chance to be the champion of this year.”

Vanessa Melo
11-10-0


My prediction is there will be a new champion. Larissa Pacheco is a very complete fighter and has become strong for the weight class. She will be a difficult fighter for Kayla [this time around].”


Zamzagul Fayzallanova
7-3-0

Larissa Pacheco will win.”

PFL World Championship 2022 takes place on Friday November 15, 2022, from the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, United States. The main card, headlined by Harrison vs. Pacheco, will be aired live on pay-per-view from 8 pm ET.

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