PFL women’s lightweight champ Kayla Harrison (8-0-0) is looking for a fight with less than a month to go in 2020.

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Harrison, 30, is fresh off a one-sided TKO victory over Courney King at Invicta FC 43 on Nov. 20. She is scheduled to compete on Dec. 18 in association with Titan FC, but has not been able to secure an opponent.

Perhaps Bellator women’s featherweight champion Cris Cyborg may take up the challenge.

Harrison is expected to defend her PFL championship in the company’s 2021 season, which starts on April 23.

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