MMA Manager Says Kayla Harrison Can Beat Amanda Nunes, Cris Cyborg and Aljamain Sterling

For Ali Albdelaziz, he thinks there isn’t anyone Kayla Harrison can’t beat.

Abdelaziz, one of the most successful managers in MMA , claims that Kayla Harrison can defeat Amanda Nunes, Cris Cyborg, and male bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling.

“I truly believe Kayla can beat Amanda cyborg Aljamain Sterling all the same time, no disrespecting nobody,” the manager tweeted.

Sterling wasn’t too happy with this statement.

“Remember when ppl started pushing Rousey beating up Mayweather? It’s different styles, different sports, and different GENDERS. Can we please not go down another silly cross-gender combat debate. It’s just bizarre,” Sterling said.

Harrison is one of the most dominant female fighters in modern MMA. At PFL 8, Harrison added another victory to her untouched record. She is undefeated 11 victories and no defeat.

According to Sherdog, Harrison is an American Top Team student. Five out of her 11 wins are via KO/TKO. The remaining are four submissions and only two decision wins.

Her last win was over Genah Fabian. She is a teammate of current middleweight king Israel Adesanya.

Harrison, a rising star of PFL, made her MMA debut in 2018. Before tasting his skills and abilities in the cage, she became two time Olympic champion in judo.

In her next battle, she will face Tylor Guardado in the lightweight title finals of PFL.

But for the opponents Abdelaziz named, their resumes are just as decorated.

Nunes (21-4 MMA, 14-1 UFC) is a two-time UFC champion and is considered the greatest women’s MMA fighter of all time. She is the first female in the UFC to claim titles in two weight classes.

Cyborg (24-2) is the reigning Bellator champion. She is coming off a four-fight win streak and only has one loss out of her last five fights. Nunes handed her latest loss via KO/TKO at UFC 232.

Meanwhile, Sterling, a male mixed martial artist, has 20 wins and three losses. He claimed the title belt over Petr Yan in UFC 259 in March.

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