Last night started the beginning of the PFL playoffs and it was a night full of action. The night was full of unexpected turns, from Larissa Pacheco defeating number one seed Sarah Kaufman. To Magomed Magomedkerimov advice to the semi-finals but not being able to compete due to injury. One superstar that we expected to come in a dominate did just that. Kayla Harrison took on Bobbie Jo Dalziel with only a day notice but still defeating her with an armbar in the first round. Kayla Harrison will take on Larissa Pacheco at Madison Square Garden on New Year’s Eve. The winner will receive a million dollars and becomes the first PFL women lightweight champion.
The PFL playoffs continue next week where you will see the best of the light and featherweights compete in action. If you can’t make it in person you can watch it on ESPN+ and ESPN 2.
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