Grey Hardy and Tai Tuivasa will square off on July 10th at UFC 264. There will be a ton of power inside the octagon when the door closes behind these two bulldozers.
Greg Hardy (7-3 1NC, 4-3 1NC UFC) has had an eventful two years since joining the UFC, to say the least. From the illegal knee disqualification to the inhaler incident, Hardy has had rough moments.
Tai Tuivasa (12-3, 5-3 UFC) burst out of the gates like a mad man when he first entered the UFC in 2017. Three straight wins, which included two opening round finishes, set the Australian heavyweight up with a fight against Junior dos Santos.
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