Greg Hardy Said With No UFC 249 Crowd He Could Hear The TV Announcers Critiques & Adjusted
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Greg Hardy beat Yorgan De Castro in a heavyweight bout at UFC 249 on Saturday night. Hardy said with UFC's "no crowd" rule was a "game changer" because he could hear the TV announcers critiquing him during his fight, so he just adjusted based on what he heard...



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I seriously just read the same fricking sentence four times in a row. Wtf
Reply19 months
Dudes got all the raw talent in the world but looked like a true blue amateur taking punishment to his leg like that without checking it once.
Reply19 months
That was actually hilarious because DC was practically instructing him to check those leg kicks then soon as he does the fight changed in Hardy’s favor.
Reply19 months
I’m sure his corner guys are happy to hear that.
Reply19 months
His corner guys are shite for not telling him that.
19 months
Smart man
Reply19 months
Too bad there wasn't a TV announcer to advise him that it was a bad idea to beat up his gf or maybe he'd still have an NFL career. Wasn't smart enough to figure that one out on his own
19 months
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