Greg Hardy Wants Derrick ‘Black Beast’ Lewis To Win At UFC 230 To Show ‘Run In With Me Is Broken Bones And Blood’
The controversial former NFL player Greg Hardy who did his professional debut on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series back in June, and knocked out Austen Lane in 57 seconds. That win earned him a development deal with the UFC. Then in his second fight, he went on to stopped Tebaris Gordon only in 17 seconds on the season finale of Contender’s series.
UFC head honcho Dana White was impressed with Hardy’s latest performances, but he wanted former NFL star to take some more fights to get himself ready for big shows.
Most recently Hard is coming off a 53-second KO of Rasheem Jones at Xtreme Fight 352 back in September.
Hardy’s next fight will be in Pensacola, Fla. for Island Fights on December 21, as per ESPN, the opponent is unknown as of now, but if he wins this fight he’d fight next in the UFC by early 2019.
Hardy who’s most known for his history of domestic violence than his burgeoning MMA career, hoping Lewis to win the fight at UFC 230.
Back in May of this year, Lewis called out Hardy saying he’ll fight former NFL star if he officially makes it to UFC Octagon as ‘he like knocking these wife beaters out.’
Now Hardy finally responded to Lewis call out on Friday morning via his official Instagram page:
“Ok ok ok, it’s about to go down baby. Who do you guys have. Let’s argue lol. I want The Fat beast to win so I can go show him a run in with me is broken bones and blood not bruises for that strap lol. #peaceintheviolence #princeofwar a prince can dream can’t he. And that way DC can go get fed to @jonnybones and we can start talk n bout super fight 😎🤔” – Greg Hardy on Instagram.
Tonight in the main headliner of UFC 230, dangerous knockout artist Derrick Lewis has a chance to win the UFC heavyweight title when he collides with dual champion Daniel Cormier. According to oddsmakers, Lewis opens as an underdog, while Cormier as a favorite.
What do you think of Hardy’s recent call out of ‘Black Beast’?