Greg Hardy is sidelined from a fight against Sergei Spivak at UFC 270 next weekend.
Hardy made the announcement Friday and shared a finger photo, which was the reason behind his withdrawal. ‘Prince of War’ did not explain how he sustained a terrible injury but revealed that he did not expect to be away for much longer.
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“Who’s the new date is Diss,” Hardy wrote on Instagram. “I was a little sick of it. I have to keep it light. My dream of 2022 was to perform on the big card of the year and now I have to wait. I’m sorry for all my fans and haters and my opponent. I wanted this one badly. [question]. “
According to this Mike Heck and Damon Martin of MMA Fighting, UFC plans to reset Hardy vs. Spivak for another event. The 33-year-old was scheduled to meet with heavyweight veterans Alexei Olynyk before being forced out of the fight for unknown reasons. Spivak was then tapped as a short notice replacement, but ‘Polar Bear’ will now have to wait a little longer for its next look.
Hardy has completed back-to-back outs against Marcin Tybura and Tai Tuasa. He recently told me that his fight against Spivak is final in his current deal Cole Shelton of BJPenn.com He was ready for a situation where the campaign did not re-sign him. The controversial former NFL player, who has an overall professional record of 7-4, has used an inhaler between rounds with no contest against Ben Sosoli at UFC on ESPN 6.
UFC 270 moves forward with 13 confirmed matches and is headlined by the heavyweight title Unifier between Francis Nagannou and Cyril Gane.