Greg Hardy

The Prince of War


Spivac bout moved to UFC 272
January 19, 2022
Harder (finger) will now be facing Sergey Spivac at UFC 272 on March 5 in Las Vegas, reports.
The two heavyweights were set to throw down at UFC 270 in Anaheim this weekend, but a finger injury forced Hardy to withdraw. It seems both his camp and the promotion expect it to be a short-term issue, and that he'll be ready for the new March date. This was originally supposed to be a matchup against Aleksei Oleinik, but Spivac was forced to step in following the Oleinik's withdrawal. Hardy will now get more time to prepare, though still stands to enter as a betting underdog.
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Pulls out of upcoming fight
January 14, 2022
Hardy withdrew from his scheduled Jan. 22 fight against Sergey Spivac on Friday, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Hardy announced his withdrawal on his personal Instagram page alongside a picture of what appears to be a finger injury. It's unclear when he'll next be able to fight.
Will now face Spivac
January 13, 2022
Hardy will now face Sergey Spivac at UFC 270, MMA reporter Ariel Helwani reports.
Hardy's original opponent, Aleksei Oleinik, was forced to withdraw for an undisclosed reason. Hardy is coming off a knockout loss to Tai Tuivasa back in July. Spivac is coming off a loss as well back in early September.
Booked for UFC 270
September 27, 2021
Hardy will take on Aleksei Oleinik at UFC 270 on January 22, Mike Bohn and John Morgan of report.
Hardy's last bout ended in defeat, falling to Tai Tuivasa via KO (punches), but he'll look to turn things around in January. He'll have a significant disadvantage in terms of experience, going up against Oleinik, who owns a 59-15-1 MMA record and an 8-6 UFC record.
Torched by Tai Tuivasa
July 10, 2021
Hardy lost to Tai Tuivasa via KO (punches) at 1:07 of Round 1 at UFC 264 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
This was the all-out brawl that everyone expected and it was Hardy that cracked first. Simply put, Hardy doesn't have the experience or skill set to be fighting the best heavyweights in the world. His power and explosiveness is obvious, but it only comes in short spurts. His cardio has proven to be shockingly poor considering his past NFL experience. Hardy has to win via knockout and has to do it quickly or else he is finished. It's nearly impossible to envision a scenario in which the soon-to-be 33-year-old Hardy is able to improve his game enough to consistently compete at this level. He's 4-3 (1NC) in eight UFC bouts and the wins have come against Maurice Greene, Yorgan De Castro, Juan Adams, and Dmitry Smoliakov.
Fighting Tai Tuivasa next
April 7, 2021
Hardy is set to face Tai Tuivasa in a heavyweight matchup at UFC 264 on July 10, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Hardy is coming off a loss to Marcin Tybura suffered last December, which dropped his UFC record to 4-3-0. The 32-year-old will boast a three-inch advantage in terms of height and five-inches of superior reach versus Tuivasa.