Kayla Harrison improved to 2-0 in her professional mixed-martial arts career Thursday night.
The Middletown native beat Jozette Cotton via TKO in a featured bout on Pro Fighters League 6.
Harrison mostly dominated the fight, but Cotton proved to be a tough customer.
The action was finally stopped in the third round with Harrison dropping a flurry of punches from top position.
Two-time Olympic judo gold medalist @Judo_Kayla wins by TKO! pic.twitter.com/8epHQZ2xV1— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) August 17, 2018
Harrison is a two-time Olympic gold medalist in judo transitioning into the professional fight game.
She won her pro debut via submission at a PFL event in Chicago in June.
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