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Controversial NFL vet Greg Hardy among two bouts added to UFC Singapore

Greg Hardy will have his fourth UFC bout this October, and he isn’t exactly getting a step up in competition.

UFC Fight Night: Hardy v Adams Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Greg Hardy’s next UFC bout will happen in Singapore. The disgraced NFL veteran turned MMA fighter has compiled a 5-1 record as a professional fighter, and has gone 2-1 in the UFC so far.

News of his booking comes from officials in Asia, noting that Hardy’s fourth MMA fight will happen at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on October 26. He will be facing Jarjis Danho (5-1-1), a Syrian heavyweight, who will be coming off a three year layoff from fighting. Now 35-years-old, Danho went 0-1-1 in his two-fight stint with the UFC in 2016 and hasn’t competed since.

After a disqualification loss on his UFC debut, Hardy has notched two straight TKO wins against Juan Adams and Dmitry Smolyakov.

Also official for the Singapore card is a bout between exciting lightweights Beneil Dariush and Frank Camacho (22-7). The Guamanian in Camacho is coming off a TKO win over Nick Hein last June, while the Iranian-American in Dariush is coming off two straight victories including a submission over Drew Dober last March.

UFC Fight Night: Singapore will be headlined by an intriguing welterweight bout between top grapplers in Ben Askren and Demian Maia.

The current fight card is as follows.

Demian Maia vs. Ben Askren

Michael Johnson vs. Stevie Ray

Greg Hardy vs. Jarjis Danho

Beniel Dariush vs. Frank Camacho

Cyril Gane vs. Don’Tale Mayes

Sergei Pavlovich vs. Maurice Greene

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