Greg Hardy Says Goodbye To UFC Fans?
Greg Hardy was a really promising fighter when UFC President Dana White signed him from Dana White’s Contender Series (DWCS). But now it seems his future with the promotion may be nearing its end.
Hardy recently lost to Serghei Spivac at UFC 272. This marked his third loss in a row.
He made his debut in 2019, and in his first seven fights, he suffered only two defeats, one no contest and four victories. He suffered one loss because of an illegal knee he landed and another one against legendary top contender Alexander Volkov.
In his latest three appearances, he suffered KO/TKO losses and now holds a UFC record of 4-5-0, 1 NC.
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“What a run,” Hardy said.
“Ya boy is far from done just got some fine-tuning to do. Thank you to all my fans and haters. I appreciate you all. Mostly I appreciate my coaches, family, and the @ufc for giving me the opportunity to shine bright.”
It is not official, but it looks like Hardy will not be linked to the UFC anymore. He is 33 years old.
But there are other promotions like Bellator or new promotion of Khabib Nurmagomedov, Eagle FC.
Prior to Hardy’s MMA career, he played for NFL team Carolina Panthers for six seasons.