— Pat Doney (@PatDoneyNBC5) February 17, 2018
It looks like former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy is taking his new venture into MMA seriously, and it seems he may just have some future in it.
As reported by MMA Fighting, Hardy improved to 3-0 in his amateur MMA career on Feb. 16, competing in a preliminary bout at Legacy Fighting Alliance 33 in Dallas, a city that hosts a team Hardy once played for.
Hardy won the bout in 14 seconds, and all three of his wins have come by knockout early in the first round.
Hardy played in the NFL from 2010 to 2015 before his career was halted by a 2014 domestic violence case.
Original Story: MMA Fighting