Tai Tuivasa is more than happy to pound on Greg Hardy and pound back spiked shoeys.
Tuivasa (12-3) took to Instagram on Monday to remind Hardy (7-4-0-1) what happened when they clashed at UFC 264: “Poirier vs. McGregor 3” (watch here). The post came five days after Hardy claimed he had Tuivasa doing the “chicken dance” during their fight inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, earlier this month.
“Chicken dance bruuuh,” Tuivasa captioned the post, making sure to tag Hardy. “Hahaha, Imma leave this here and let you fink about some fings ok! Or I’ll come there and smack your other eye. Talk too much, end up on your back. I’m a man I hit back, uce.”
That was far from the last Hardy would hear from Tuivasa on Monday. The Australian-born fighter followed up with a second angle of his victory over Hardy, followed by a selfie of Hardy’s damaged eye.
“Ok, I’m putting my phone away now!!! But don’t talk s—t after I already f—ked you up!!! Can meet up whenever wherever,” Tuivasa captioned one of the additional posts.
What may have eluded some fans was a hashtag Tuivasa incorporated in the post above, poking fun at Hardy’s “Prince of War” nickname with the hashtag, “#PrinceOfF—kAll.”
Hardy did stumble Tuivasa with a hard punch early in the fight; however, “Bam Bam” was quick to regain his balance and immediately dropped Hardy with a counter punch for the finish.
“Great fight week just gotta finish the week off next time,” Hardy previously captioned an Instagram photo with Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson. “Met him [Tuivasa] in the middle and had him doing the chicken dance. Just got too eager.”
Tuivasa is coming off three consecutive first-round finishes over Hardy, Harry Hunsucker (watch) and Stefan Struve (watch). Hardy has been finished in back-to-back fights against Tuivasa and Marcin Tybura (watch).
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