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Kayla Harrison Unenthused About Cindy Dandois Matchup

On June 25 at PFL 6, Kayla Harrison will once again strap on the MMA gloves, but the former Olympian isn’t ecstatic about who she is fighting. Kayla Harrison is 9-0 with an unblemished record in MMA. Her accolades continue to accumulate as the former Judoka won the PFL season against Larissa Pacheco in 2019 to secure the $1 million cash prize. Just over a month ago, Harrison returned to the PFL cage and took on Mariana Morais, and once again, Harrison proved why she is so dominant with a ground-and-pound TKO victory.
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Kayla Harrison to fight Cindy Dandois in PFL 2021 regular season finale

Women’s lightweight sensation Kayla Harrison is the overwhelming favorite to win her second PFL tournament, and she’ll undoubtedly be expected to win her next matchup this summer. PFL announced on Tuesday that the two-time Olympic judo gold medalist will take on former UFC and Invicta FC fighter Cindy Dandois on...
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Kayla Harrison vs. Cindy Dandois Gets Top Billing For PFL 6

Kayla Harrison’s next fight has been announced and it’ll be against Cindy Dandois. Harrison vs. Dandois is set to headline PFL 6 inside Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, NJ. The lightweight showdown will be held on June 25. PFL made the announcement earlier today (June 1). The main card will air live on ESPN2 with the prelims airing on ESPN+.

Kaitlin Young’s career comes full circle with Cindy Dandois fight at PFL 3, return to state of historic Gina Carano bout

To say that Kaitlin Young has seen it all in MMA would be an understatement. Entering her 14th year as a pro fighter, Young has a staggering list of milestones on her record: She fought Gina Carano at an EliteXC card broadcast on CBS, the first time two women had ever competed in an MMA bout in prime time. She was an Invicta FC original (Young and Leslie Smith won Invicta’s first-ever Fight of the Night award) and later served as a matchmaker for the all-women promotion. She was even part of the ill-fated Ultimate Women Challenge reality show, which featured a number of future standout fighters and never actually aired.