Greg Hardy Opponent Criticizes Controversial UFC Booking Decision • MMA News
What was in all probability the most important speaking level yesterday on MMA Twitter was the UFC’s determination to e book Greg Hardy’s debut for UFC on ESPN 1, the identical card as Rachael Ostovich, who not too long ago suffered a fractured orbital bone after a home dispute together with her husband fighter, Arnold Berdon. Whereas it’s doable that the UFC merely wished one other huge title for the occasion to attract extra eyes to the primary UFC on ESPN occasion, probably the most vocal response gave the impression to be that of astonishment and disgust. Even Greg Hardy’s opponent for the occasion, Allen Crowder, isn’t a fan of the UFC’s determination to e book the combat on the identical card as Ostovich:
“The UFC, they’re all about making that money, and I highly doubt whoever done this thought about her,” Crowder advised MMAjunkie. “There’s a probability they didn’t take into consideration her, and that’s simply completely flawed, particularly after what she simply went by means of.
“Really, it’s up to me to put a stop to what they’re trying to do and set a good example and show you’re not supposed to beat women, and give him a good lesson learned.”
Though Allen Crowder finds the UFC’s oversight to be “totally wrong,” he’s trying ahead to preventing in Brooklyn and educating Greg Hardy a lesson:
“It’s working out good for me,” Crowder stated. “I need this fight, and I really want to fight in Brooklyn. I wouldn’t change the card. I’d love to give the ass-whooping he’s about to get.”
“You’re a professional athlete,” Crowder stated of Greg Hardy, “and you’re setting a bad example for kids and everyone else who looks up to you,” he stated.
Do you suppose Greg Hardy being placed on the identical card as Rachael Ostovich is a poor determination?