In the months that followed, Dan Hardy and Tyrone Woodley of the welterweight division began to fight each other. In November, the two were reported to have clashed in boxing for a year, but nothing came to an end.
But if a fight happens, Woodley prefers to follow MMA rules. During his recent appearance MMA watch, the former UFC champion explained why.
“They talked to me about it and there was good money,” Woodley said (through MMA fight). “A lot of good money was made for all sorts of fights, so I wanted to consider it, but I was thinking about boxing with Dan. I think that will allow him to get fired.
“If I fought him in MMA, it would be a little elbow, a little knee, a little slap. I need my hands open so I can do it. I don’t know, maybe we’ll see. “
It looks like there’s some kind of protest bar between the two, and that’s what Woodley said about Hardy.
“I don’t even want to influence Dan Hardy. I want to say a little stupid thing about him, but I don’t want to affect him, ”Woodley said. “One, who now gives af-k about painted mohawk.
“Stop, my friend, you are 90. Remove the paint, you are no longer The Outlaw. You haven’t shaken your face in 10 years, so stop by The Outlaw.
Woodley, 39, last had a rematch in boxing with YouTuber Jake Paul in December and lost in the sixth round via faceplant KO.
Hardy, 39, has not fought since 2012 when he defeated Amir Sadullah by decision. He was forced to suspend his activities in 2013 after being diagnosed with Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome, a heart condition.