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British fighter Dan Hardy nailed the biggest win of his career by knocking out Duane Ludwig in the first round of their fight at UFC 146. After losing his last four fights, many questioned whether Hardy still had any business still being in the UFC. "The Outlaw" hadn't won a fight since 2009, when he beat Mike Swick in UFC 105. If he had lost this fight, UFC President Dana White would have likely run out of excuses to keep the rooster-haired Taekwondo black belt around.
The Hardy vs. Ludwig fight began with Ludwig looking like he had the upper hand. Suddenly, as if he felt his career slipping through his fingers, Hardy landed a huge right hook that dropped Ludwig on the canvas. Obviously, Hardy was stoked following the fight and MTV Clutch correspondent Andreas Hale asked him all about it.