Dan Hardy Plans To Remain Undefeated In His Hometown On Saturday

Dan Hardy has never lost when fighting in Nottingham, England.

Of course, that only includes professional bouts, but Hardy doesn’t plan on adding a one in the loss column on Saturday when he takes on Amir Sadollah at UFC on Fuel TV: Struve vs. Miocic.

After saving his job with a stoppage victory over Duane Ludwig earlier this year, Hardy (24-10) will be looking to make it two in a row vs. Sadollah. The bout goes down from Nottingham’s Capital FM Arena.

I never lose in my hometown. Not in my town.

Hardy survived despite four straight losses thanks to his willingness to enter the Octagon and always trade. Back in 2010, Hardy made his way to a title shot vs. Georges St-Pierre, but was defeated via decision.

The last win was a big one for me, I really needed that. But this one is the one that is going to keep the momentum going. I plan on beating to the punch.

Photo credit: Dave Mandel/Sherdog

  • LeoLarios

    I hope this cock sucker looses and gets thrown out once in for all! The way I see it is, quite frankly..Dan hardy shut your mouth! For someone to be given 3 chances and still jaw at the mouth is quite hypocritical.

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