Greg Hardy returns for heavyweight showdown at UFC Singapore
Former NFL star Greg Hardy has now been booked for his third bout in the UFC, as the promotion have officially announced the bout. Hardy will face German heavyweight Jarjis Danho at UFC Singapore on October 26th. The showdown in Singapore will be hardy’s fourth UFC fight, while Danho returns after a three year hiatus for his third bout in the promotion.
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Hardy’s career is marred by controversy stemming from a domestic violence dispute settled outside of court. His UFC debut against Allen Crowder ended in a disqualification loss for Hardy after inflicting an illegal knee. This only spurred his controversial status. Since then Hardy has lined up two straight , first round TKO wins. He first finished Dmitry Smoliakov at 2:15 in the first round to earn his first UFC win. He most recently TKO’d Juan Adams in just 45 seconds to begin a winning streak in the UFC.
Danho made waves on the European circuit before debuting in the UFC. He first faced Daniel Omiela?czuk, losing a technical majority decision. In his last outing he went three hard rounds with Christian Colombo, in a bout that ended in a majority draw.