Greg Hardy Has "New Lease On Life" Thanks To UFC Career


If you’re a soccer fan, you in all probability bear in mind Greg Hardy and the 2014 season with the Dallas Cowboys when Hardy was convicted of home abuse. While the conviction was finally overturned in 2015, Hardy was blackballed from the league and hasn’t been again to the NFL since. He was additionally arrested for cocaine possession in 2016, however Hardy’s NFL destiny was already determined by then.

Now, Hardy is a UFC fighter with a report of Three-Zero. He can be returning to the Octagon for a struggle towards Allen Crowder on Saturday for the UFC on ESPN+ occasion. 

TMZ Sports caught up with Hardy and spoke to him in regards to the struggle on Saturday, which has truly garnered some controversy since feminine UFC fighter Rachael Ostovich, who’s a sufferer of home abuse, is on the identical card as Hardy. The former NFLer says he simply needs to remain centered forward of the struggle.

He additionally stated that combating within the UFC has given him a “new lease on life” and that he has tried to wash himself up ever since his days within the NFL.

The fighter than completed off with a message for his opponent Crowder, saying he is a “very harmful man contained in the octagon and I am very critical about what I do.”

All movies courtesy of TMZ Sports.