“Don’t talk sh*t after I already f**ked you up”- Tai Tuivasa goes ‘BAM BAM’ on Greg Hardy on social media as he did at UFC 264

Tai Tuivasa knocked out Greg Hardy in the first round of their fight at the recently concluded UFC 264.

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Tai Tuivasa landing the killer blow on Greg Hardy as the referee rushes to prevent further damage

Tai Tuivasa needed just 67 seconds to see off Greg Hardy in a heated heavyweight clash at UFC 264, which concluded a week before. The Australian didn’t have any trouble, and his massive fists did the talking, knocking the former NFL player out cold on the canvas.

Now, Tuivasa has destroyed Hardy on social media as well, after Hardy’s post that subtly took a dig at Tuivasa, didn’t sit well with the Australian. Hardy’s Instagram post read, “Some pics from the trenches wit @ochocinco Great fight week just gotta finish the week off next time. Met him in the middle and had him doing the chicken dance. Just got to eager.”

The Chicken dance reference is Hardy clipping Tai Tuivasa in the first round at UFC 264, which is believed to have slightly rocked Tuivasa. However, ‘Bam Bam’ recovered and delivered a knockout blow to Hardy. His knockout blows continued on the web as well, as he posted several photos on Instagram brutally trolling Hardy.

Chicken dance bruuuh hahaha imma leave this here and let you fink about some fings ok

Tuivasa’s first post read, “Chicken dance bruuuh hahaha imma leave this here and let you fink about some fings ok! Or I’ll come there and smack your other eye you eyeguy. Talk too much end up on your back. I’m a man I hit back uce #bambam #FTA #westernsydney #totheworld #ESSSHHHAAAAYYYY #talkshitgethit.”


And the next one, he made it loud and clear that Hardy mustn’t be talking smack after getting bullied (at UFC 264). He wrote, “Ok I’m putting my phone away now !!! But don’t talk shit after I already fucked you up !!! Can meet up whenever wherever my bred  #bambam #FTA #westernsydney #imnotheoneucccce #princeoffuckall.”

Tai Tuivasa vs Greg Hardy
Tai Tuivasa vs Greg Hardy

With that win over Greg Hardy, Tuivasa brought up his 12th victory in his MMA career. He is also on a three-fight win streak, and is looking to be a force to be reckoned with. A few more wins will see Tuivasa break into the top 15 of the lightweight rankings.

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