Controversial former professional football player and current pro MMA fighter Greg Hardy competed this past Saturday Night at XFN 352, defeating Rasheem Jones by first round knockout in just 52 seconds.
UFC Fight Pass would post the following bout highlights via Twitter:
53 seconds. pic.twitter.com/cLQIkXj4pL— UFC FIGHT PASS (@UFCFightPass) September 30, 2018
Hardy now has an professional MMA record of 3-0-0, while his opponents have a combined pro MMA record of 5-3-0. Hardy also went 3-0-0 during his time as an amateur MMA competitor, with those amateur opponents record beings a combined 0-3-0.
The former pro football player has already competed twice on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series, picking up first round knockout wins on episode nine and episode sixteen. Hardy is currently under a developmental deal with the UFC, which is why he is taking fights outside of the promotion.
There has been no word given yet by the UFC as to how many more fights Hardy is going to have to win outside of the promotion before finally being allowed to compete in the Octagon. No word has been given yet either by Hardy or the UFC as to what his next move may be, as the former NFL star has already competed three times in 2018.