Greg Hardy is off to a fast start to his MMA career.
The former NFL star recorded his second TKO victory in as many months with a 96-second stoppage of Kenneth Woods at Rite of Passage 2 in Bossier City, Louisiana on Friday night.
Hardy, 29, made his name as a standout defensive player for the Dallas Cowboys before he was involved in a domestic violence incident that led to his removal from the league. Hardy received 18 months probation and the charges were later dropped when the alleged victim failed to testify in court.
Hardy has been training at American Top Team since making the move into MMA and he scored his first win last month with 32-second victory in his amateur debut.
Watch Hardy’s quick stoppage win in the video below.