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Greg Hardy to Fight Former Falcons DE Ray Edwards in a Boxing Match

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Release.

the.

Kraken.

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just so everyone knows I have challenged falcons Defensive end who is also a pro boxer Ray Edwards to a boxing match and he has accepted so be on the look out heavyweight showdown #krakenout

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This dude is seriously crazy.

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This dude is addicted to adrenaline rushes. Hope he fugs him up, but doesn't get hurt.

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My goodness I'd love to see this.

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"GET THE fug OUT MY RING."

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Focus Greg, focus. You made progress last year. Don't be an idiot.

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This is admittedly some silly antics to engage in and I wish he wouldn't, but I'm totally watching if it happens.

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Dear god Hope to see Ray Edwards on the other end of his WWE matches

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