Tai Tuivasa KO’s Greg Hardy In 67 Seconds At UFC 264

Tai Tuivasa quickly got into a slugfest with Greg Hardy tonight at UFC 264, and proved to be the better man at that particular pursuit as he knocked him out after just 67 seconds of fighting.

Round One:

Hardy flicks out the jab and Tuivasa tries for a leg kick in the opening exchange. Now Tuivasa does land a solid leg kick and now another one.

Tuivasa goes for the leg kick again and this time Hardy cracks him with a counter punch as he’s doing so.

Two more leg kicks from Tuivasa. A few big punches exchanged and that seems to up the intensity between the two.

Hardy then hurts Tuivasa with a punch to the temple, but as Hardy surges forward looking to capitalize on that, Tuivasa cracks him with a big left hook that stops his opponent in his tracks and sends him crashing to the canvas.

Hardy seems to wake up as he hits the mat, but more blows rain down and Tuivasa seals the KO victory just 67 seconds into the fight.

Tuivasa then celebrates with his traditional beer out of a shoe while sat atop the Octagon fence, and by the time he makes his way back out of the arena he’s drank another two beers out of two other random fans footwear, plus had another beer poured down his throat from a fan high above him in the stands!

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