It’s only been a mere 28 days, but former National Football League (NFL) star Greg Hardy is making his mark on amateur mixed martial arts (MMA).
The controversial onetime Carolina Panther and Dallas Cowboy, who was suspended for the majority of 2015 due to a disturbing domestic violence incident and arrested for possession of a controlled substance in 2016, revealed that he would move his athletic talents to the MMA cage instead, and it’s been going quite well for the hulking behemoth.
After scoring his first win by TKO in just 32 seconds on November 4, Hardy got back into the cage to face Kenneth Woods (who was participating in his first amateur MMA bout) at last night’s “American Kombat Alliance: Rite of Passage 2” from The Horseshoe Casino Riverdome in Bossier City, La.
Hardy won the bout by TKO in only 96 seconds this time, securing his second win in just 28 days and showing some potential for his MMA career. It has to be noted he’s facing subpar competition with very few fights on their records, but he’s set a goal to be signed by the UFC as he trains at Florida’s American Top Team. Check out the video of his latest TKO win here:
— James B. McDaniel (@peppermintfatty) December 2, 2017