Greg Hardy out of UFC 270


MMA – After Aleksei Oleinik’s withdrawal, it’s Greg Hardy’s turn to withdraw from UFC 270.

Greg Hardy was scheduled to face Aleksei Oleinik at UFC 270. However, the Russian withdrew and was replaced by Serghei Spivac. Hardy accepted this last-minute change, but he too is finally forfeited for the January 22 event.

The former NFL player broke the news via Instagram, posting a photo of a finger that appears to be severed.

“It will be a new date,” he wrote in the caption. “We will have to remain soft even if I am a little sick about it. Doing a show on the biggest chart of the year was my 2022 dream and now I have to wait. Sorry to all my fans, haters of me and my opponent. I really wanted this fight, I even accepted a last minute change without doing anything. But you have to be a pro for that, so back to the gym and training. KOs are coming soon. Sorry but I’ll be back soon, hopefully in a few weeks, after putting things back together. »

Greg Hardy only has one fight left on his contract. After two losses by KO against Marcin Tybura and Tai Tuivasa, the victory seems obligatory if he wishes to prolong his adventure in the organization.

The main event of UFC 270 will see Francis Ngannou and Ciryl oppose for the unification of the heavyweight title. The event will be broadcast on the night of Saturday January 22 to Sunday January 23 from 4 a.m. live on RMC Sport (available here)

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