Kayla Harrison challenges Amanda Nunes again and suggests fighting for an 'unprecedented' belt

The two-time Olympic champion continues to fuel the rivalry with the 'Lione' and gave two options to the organization to get the duel off the ground

A. Nunes, M. Brown and K. Harrisson during a training session at 'ATT' (Photo: Instagram/MikeBrownMMA)

After her categorical debut in Ultimate, the North American Kayla harrison continues trying to 'dig' a ​​super fight with the former champion Amanda nunes. The two-time Olympic champion once again expressed her desire to share the octagon with the 'Lione' and even suggested a duel for the 'BMF' (more thick-skinned) belt, something unprecedented among women.

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“I would love to create a UFC legacy that lasts a lifetime. I have to get the title, maybe I have to get someone to come back and fight me, we'll see. I know that Brazil loves Brazilian women, but I love you too, Brazil. I don't like challenging people who are retired. She (Amanda nunes) is retired, is happy. But I heard she's talking about me. I want to let her know I'm here and ready. You want to fight? We don’t need to fight for the bantamweight title. We can fight for the women's 'BMF' belt. Do you want to fight for it? Let's fight for it. I'm ready,” Kayla said in an interview with 'Ag, Fight'.


Retired since June 2023 and former champion of two categories, Amanda has already trained together with Kayla harrison at American Top Team, the largest MMA gym in the world. However, in 2021, the then bantamweight and featherweight champion began to realize the North American's interest in migrating to the UFC and, avoiding giving 'ammunition' to a future enemy, she preferred to leave 'ATT' and found her own team.

New UFC signing, Harrison debuted in the organization on the preliminary card of UFC 300, held on April 13th. With an exuberant performance, the judoka took no notice of the North American veteran and submitted her rival in the second round.


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