Ex-NFL Defensive End Greg Hardy Got Knocked Out Multiple Times During His Latest Boxing Match

It’s becoming abundantly clear that Greg Hardy doesn’t not have a future in combat sports.

After failing out of the UFC, the former NFL defensive end took his talents to the sport of boxing. It has not worked out for him.

On Friday night, Hardy faced off against Alexander Flores under Team Combat League promotions and things went bad for him quickly. The video shows Hardy being knocked down in the middle of the ring, but he was able to regain his composure and continue the fight.

Less than a minute later, he would be knocked down again as the referee moved in to stop the bout. Hardy could be seen stumbling around the ring.

The 34-year-old suffered the same fate back in February against Josh Watson at BKFC: Knucklemania 3 which took place at Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque.

Despite his underdog status, Watson landed a huge punch that sensationally sent Hardy crashing into the ropes and forced referee Dan Miragliotta to give him a standing eight count. In round two, Watson landed a big right that put Hardy down for good.

Hardy’s demise in the sporting world is a welcome site to many.

In 2014, he was found guilty of assaulting a former girlfriend, although the case was later dismissed after he appealed. He was suspended for ten games for violating the NFL personal conduct policy.