Greg Hardy Says UFC Disqualification Was "A Rookie Mistake"


Former NFLer Greg Hardy, who was blacklisted from the league after a home abuse scandal, has modified his profession path over the previous few years, making his technique to MMA and the UFC. On Saturday, Hardy competed within the UFC on ESPN+ occasion in opposition to Allen Crowder. It appeared as if Hardy was going to win the battle, however Hardy delivered a crushing blow to the top of Crowder, which was deemed unlawful by the referee and in the end disqualified hardy from the battle.

Coming into the occasion, Hardy was Three-Zero and informed TMZ Sports that his inexperience was a problem within the resolution, as he merely did not know that that was a rule.

“It was a rookie mistake and I am a rookie,” Hardy defined. “I really feel unhealthy. You by no means wish to break the foundations.”

Considering what the general public might consider him as a result of previous transgressions, Hardy desires to ensure folks perceive he did not imply to interrupt the foundations like that and did not need the battle to finish with an affordable shot. He additionally hopes to show to those who he is usually a nice UFC fighter, saying he hopes he can battle Crowder once more some day.

For the total interview with TMZ, take a look at the video beneath.