A fighter being hailed as the next Ronda Rousey says the comparison is unfair because she's actually way better

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Kayla Harrison, a two-time gold medal Olympic judoka, is a 5-0 mixed martial artist in the Professional Fighters League PFL , on the cusp of stardom and a 1 million payday.

Her dominance is attracting comparisons to another former judoka and mixed martial artist, Ronda Rousey.

However, Harrison says her accomplishments in the sport outweigh what Rousey ever achieved. Now, she wants to achieve more than Rousey in MMA, too.

Harrison doesn't want to use her fame to promote herself, however.

When Harrison was a young teenager, she says she was groomed and abused by her judo coach, who was convicted of illicit sexual conduct and sent to prison for a decade.

She now wants to help children, adults, and parents identify signs of grooming, and has set up a charity aimed to "enrich the lives of sexual abuse survivors through education and sport."

Harrison is one fight away from a world title shot, and is determined to win in style when she is next in action on October 7 at the PFL 7 show in Las Vegas.

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Kayla Harrison is on the cusp of stardom in mixed martial arts.

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