Hardy moves to 2-0 in MMA career
By Bryan Ramos
ormer Dallas Cowboy defensive end Greg Hardy seems to have found a home: inside the octagon.
The controversial athlete hung up his cleats and fought for the second time in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series, a competition that gives amateur and new pro fighters a shot at winning a contract with the UFC.
And for the second time, the 6-foot-4-inch, 260-pound Hardy won his fight in just seconds, scoring a second consecutive knockout.
— Sports Videos (@SportsVidsGIFs) August 8, 2018
Here is Hardy’s first fight in Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series which took place in June.
how come nobody told me this dude greg hardy is fighting in the UFC?! pic.twitter.com/SdNpLunwIC
— scootie 🐝 (@scootie_b) July 29, 2018
At least he’s only putting hands on men in the UFC and no longer allegedly beating up women.
The UFC signed Hardy to a developmental deal and has stood behind him as White has said he believes in giving people second chances. At the pace he’s going, Hardy should be fighting on the big stage in no time.