UFC fighter Jessica Rose-Clark is not happy with the UFC’s decision to sign Greg Hardy. Hardy, a former NFL recently landed a new UFC deal thanks to his win in Dana White’s Contender series.
The decision, however, drew heat towards Dana White as Hardy has a history of domestic violence. Clark, who was a victim of domestic violence in the past, spoke out about the signing in a recent interview.
“They gave him his second chance, and I’m a firm believer that someone who is capable of going as far as he went with me – and I know he’s been further with other women before I met him – he’s not going to change. He can do all the convincing and all the lying in the world, and he can convince you that he’s a really good person. But who he is at his core is someone who’s capable and willing to do stuff like that,” she said. (via MMA Junkie)
She further went on to explain her point and argued that Hardy could be a danger for the girls around him
“What stops (Hardy) from going and doing it to the next girlfriend? I promise you that wasn’t the first girlfriend that he did that to. But he didn’t get punished for that one, either. He didn’t get punished for the first ones, and he didn’t get punished for that one, and now he’s going to be televised on one of the largest broadcasts in the world, for one of the most popular sports in the world. What’s stopping him from doing it to every girl that comes into contact with him?,” she added.
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