Former NFL star Greg Hardy calls out Tyson and Tommy Fury after Hasim Rahman KO

Former NFL star turned professional boxer Greg Hardy has called out both Tyson and Tommy Fury after a brutal knockout of Hasim Rahman Jr.

Hardy, who spent six seasons in the NFL predominately with the Carolina Panthers, has since shown himself as a pure fighter having mixed success in the UFC before now turning his hand to boxing. Hardy showed his grit during an entertaining bout against Rahman Jr on Saturday night in which he looked hurt during the opening round.

However, the 34-year-old caught his opponent with a powerful right hand sending Rahman Jr to the canvas. Rahman Jr came back at his opponent but Hardy lasted until the fourth round bell to win the contest.

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After knocking out heavyweight Rahman Jr the former NFL star took the opportunity to call out British brothers Tommy and Tyson Fury.

He said: “I want all of them, I’m going to eat them all alive. All of them big boys, I’m going to devour every single one of them, I’m going to take them and break them… Let’s go Fury, you ain’t s***.”

The Tennessee boxer was asked to clarify which Fury he would like to fight? He replied: “All of them, every gypsy out there. I love you gypsies, but I’m gonna beat the crap out of every single one of you.”

The Hardy bout was part of the Misfits boxing show, a company founded by YouTube star turned boxer KSI. The British boxer sat ringside with business partner and former opponent Logan Paul and both were left impressed by the power of the former NFL star.

KSI said afterwards: "What a fight! Greg Hardy did his thing, but oh my God, Hasim Rahman can take bangs, what a top fighter man.

"That might be fight of the night, back and forth and then Greg just put in on him, what a fight and what an event.”


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