Two-time PFL lightweight champion Kayla Harrison wasn’t exactly happy when she heard the news of Bellator featherweight champion Cris Cyborg making her debut in professional boxing in September.
Harrison has been trying to make the fight with the Brazilian happen for quite some time, and now the PFL champ is getting somewhat desperate to get Cyborg onboard.
“We can do winner takes all, or we can do when she loses, she gets to keep her purse,” Harrison recently said on The MMA Hour. “If she needs help getting the deal signed, I will call Peter Murray myself, and Donn Davis, and ask them. Whatever price she wants, I will speak to them on her behalf, and I will go through a full USADA drug testing. I will be drug tested every day from now until the fight if she’s worried about that. She doesn’t have to be drug tested at all. The only thing that I ask is that they allow elbows. So I can put one through her skull.”
Kayla Harrison: “We all want this fight on this side”
Shortly after Kayla Harrison visited The MMA Hour, Donn Davis, who’s the founder and co-owner of PFL, took to Twitter to presentate an multi-million dollar offer to Cris Cyborg.
“Fans want the fight. Fighters want the fight. I have watched and listened. PFL will provide all money and handle all matters. Kayla Harrison v Cris Cyborg. $1M each fighter + $2M winner bonus. PPV Super Fight, no more talk, decide the best inside the cage,” Harrison wrote.
Fans want the fight
Fighters want the fight
$1M each fighter + $2M winner bonus
PPV Super Fight … no more talk … decide the best inside the cage#KaylaCyborg
— Donn Davis (@DonnDavisPFL) August 10, 2022