Four more fights have been added to the UFC Singapore card. Among them is a heavyweight bout featuring Greg Hardy, whose presence on the promotion’s roster has not been met with universal approval.

Hardy (5-1) is a former NFL star who played for the Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers. He was suspended by the league after assaulting an ex girlfriend but avoided criminal charges by coming to an out of court settlement with the alleged victim.

On October 26th he faces Jarjis Danho (5-1-1-1) who is 0-2 in the UFC and has not fought in three years. Hardy has won back to back bouts after being disqualified for landing an illegal knee in his promotional debut.

In total there are now three heavyweight bouts scheduled for UFC Singapore. In the others Ciryl Gané (4-0) goes up against Don’Tale Mayes (7-2) while Sergei Pavlovich (13-1) takes on Maurice Greene (8-2).

Also announced for the event was a lightweight bout between Beneil Dariush (16-4-1) and Frank Camacho (22-7). The latter made his name with PXC before signing with the UFC and was on the promotion’s last Singapore card, losing to Jingliang Li.

As previously announced Ben Askren will face Demian Maia in the main event of UFC Fight Night 162. Meanwhile in the lightweight division Michael Johnson (19-14) takes on Stevie Ray (22-9).

UFC on ESPN+ 15 took place in Shenzhen last Saturday while UFC 242 is set for Abu Dhabi this weekend. There is also an event set for Busan on December 21st meaning that the promotion has four cards booked in Asia between now and the end of the year.

UFC Fight Night 162, Singapore, October 26th
Ben Askren vs. Demian Maia (Welterweight)
Greg Hardy vs. Jarjis Danho (Heavyweight)
Beneil Dariush vs. Frank Camacho (Lightweight)
Michael Johnson vs. Stevie Ray (Lightweight)
Sergei Pavlovich vs. Maurice Greene (Heavyweight)
Ciryl Gane vs. Don’Tale Mayes (Heavyweight)