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Dan Hardy Refuses to Fight Mickey Gall

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by ReadWrite, Dec 20, 2016.

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Dan Hardy vs Mickey Gall

  1. Want it, Hardy Wins

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  2. Don't want it, Hardy Wins

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  3. Want it, Gall Wins

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  4. Don't want it, Gall Wins

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  5. Hardy is ducking

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  6. Hardy is not ducking

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  1. ReadWrite Banned Banned

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    At UFC on FOX 22 this past weekend, Gall surprised many by calling out the former UFC welterweight title challenger. Hardy, who has not fought since 2012 but continues to ponder a return to action, responded on “The MMA Hour” recently.

    “I’m not looking at knocking off a future contender that I’m possibly going to be commentating for in the future. And at the same time, if I was going to fight, I want to fight a veteran,” Hardy said (thanks to MMA Fighting for the quotes). “I want to fight someone who’s had 20, 30 fights, who’s matured in their game and is sure of their fighting style, rather than someone who’s still developing. I like to see the development of these young fighters and I don’t want to interfere with that in any way. I’m 10 years older.”

    http://www.mmanews.com/dan-hardy-turns-down-mickey-galls-fight-request/
     
  2. Tamriel Terror Silver Belt

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    Hardy ducking the bjj wizard, is normal
     
  3. Son Peyote ★★★★★★★★

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    Doesn't see the point in it

    /=/

    Refuses
     
  4. CodCommando Brown Belt

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    Hardy is too fucking nice man. He's a good man but I don't know, Gall definitely has talent on the ground but he needs to be lit up on the feet and then work on his standup.

    Look what Cub did to DHC. I take it back, Dan, fight this motherfucker you motherfucker!
     
  5. Kevin Smash Purple Belt

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    It's an okay call out but Mickey gall is still not ready for a dan hardy who's been out of the game
     
  6. Gazwald Banned Banned

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    Gall doesn't deserve Hardy at this point.
     
  7. pr0ngutters Banned Banned

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    he should and sorry hes not a legend
     
  8. Jawth Silver Belt

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    Hardy would knock him out, I don't see how anyone could think otherwise. Galls striking is not good.
     
  9. Topsy Kretts Orange Belt

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    Wouldn't mind seeing it. I think Hardy wins really without much trouble at all and no, I don't think he's ducking.

    Gall, try calling out Condit. :p
     
  10. dim_ Steel Belt

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    Gall like a 16 year old kid trying to pull an older woman in a nightclub.

    She might let you grab her arse and have a squeeze of her boob, but she aint taking you home.
     
  11. blah_blah619 Purple Belt

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    aka Dan Hardy wants to headline and be PAID if he's coming back. Wants a big name that sells. Don't blame the guy.
     
  12. Project 86 Silver Belt

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    sage was lighting him up and left him with a black eye

    wtf do you think the outlaw would do
     
  13. Maladroit Purple Belt

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    Great analogy
     
  14. dildos Steel Belt

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    Hardy has been retired for a while. It's not really refusing/ducking when you are retired...
     
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    hardy needs to protect himself and stay retired for his health.
     
  16. Davemeddlehed There's no mercy in this dojo!

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    I see no problem with it. Hardy doesn't NEED to come back, and certainly not against someone like Gall. He may not be a huge name, but Hardy is still a name. He shouldn't be fighting guys on bottom end of the top40. He should be fighting guys in the fringe top 15-20 range, or legacy fights. I wouldn't mind seeing him fight BJ, Erick Silva, Tim Means, or even Cote.
     
  17. saugeye killah No need rope hold up pants.

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    Give him WW Siever or Matt Brown. He needs good rebound fight.
     
  18. Smoking Indoors Banned Banned

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    Hardy is not ducking and the conversation they had about it makes sense. No arguing or trash talking, just a gentleman's discussion.
     
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    Pretty weird to call out or even suggest a fight with a guy who has been retired for years.
     
  20. Megalodon Brown Belt

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    Gall seems cool but Hardy would starch him.
     

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