Dan Hardy has affirmed ongoing reports that he is done working straightforwardly for the UFC And BT Sport, bringing his part as an incidental shading pundit and examiner for the advancement to an end.
The principal information on this advancement came from The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer, who detailed that the 38-year-old Hardy had been terminated, “over an issue in Abu Dhabi where he got into a contention with a female representative.”
Dan Hardy later reacted to an article from another site that had been writing about the matter.
“Rather misleading headline there, @bjpenndotcom,” Hardy wrote on Twitter. “Not entirely accurate either. I am no longer working directly with the UFC. The ‘female’ part is irrelevant. It was a disagreement over an opportunity missed, or withheld, and I’d love some answers but can’t get any.”
Hardy himself still can’t seem to give a full assertion on the supposed occurrence yet took to Twitter on Sunday to thank his allies for their caring words.
He said: “Thank you for the thoughtful words and backing.
“I’m doing fine and dandy, and am not going anyplace.
“I’ll actually be separating battles on my channel, and somewhere else.
“I’m here in assistance of MMA, and now and again that puts you on the opposite side of the line.
“I’m fine with that.”
Dan Hardy does in any case stay under agreement as a UFC warrior, however he should be therapeutically cleared to contend once more. This remaining parts a significant confusion because of Hardy being determined to have the heart infirmity, Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. This illness can be amended with a medical procedure, yet Hardy still can’t seem to proceed with the technique.
Stay tuned here on Trending News for refreshes on this story, including Dan Hardy’s forthcoming assertion on the circumstance.
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