Greg Hardy’s UFC profession might be coming to an finish.
Hardy, the previous NFL Professional Bowl defensive lineman who left soccer after initially being discovered responsible of assaulting his girlfriend, misplaced his third straight bout on Saturday and his contract is up.
Moldovan Serghei Spivac beat Hardy by way of TKO on the 2:16 mark of the primary spherical on Saturday at UFC 272, dropping Hardy to 4-5 in UFC since his January 2019 entry into the game.
Hardy launched an announcement via Instagram following the combat.
“I’m okay to begin with for individuals who wanna know,” Hardy wrote. “No excuses, gotta get higher. I don’t know what to do however ask for forgiveness. Extra coming for the prince of Struggle simply gotta get my s–t collectively. Thanks to the @ufc and @danawhite for being in my nook. Thanks coaches and coaching companions and brokers @firstroundmgmt. Everybody did their job [except] for me. This one is on me and there aren’t any excuses for me missing. I refuse to die however I’ve to reevaluate for certain.”
Although that’s removed from clear concerning his future, it does trace that Hardy’s time in UFC might be over.
Hardy, 33, additionally has expertise at decrease ranges of MMA. He turned to the game after his soccer profession fizzled out, as he grew to become a persona non grata within the NFL after Deadspin launched pictures of his girlfriend’s accidents from his alleged assault in 2015. Hardy appealed after he was discovered responsible of assault and the instances was tossed after his ex-girlfriend, Nicole Holder, stopped chatting with prosecutors.