Though Harrison had made much of wanting to step up against better competition and fielded offers from the UFC, which might have provided a match-up against her former teammate Amanda Nunes, and Bellator, which offered a fight against Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino, Harrison told ESPN that the PFL actually had the right to match any contract offer. Exercising that option, the PFL's CEO Peter Murray said they've now signed Harrison to a new, multi-year contract.
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