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

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If playing flag football was a violation of Smitty's contract, then I'm fairly certain this is as well.

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I would think that there could be a clause in his contract prohibiting him from boxing competively.

Similar to not letting high dollar athletes skydive, ride motorcycles, or run with scissors.

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According to his contract Section A, Page 3, Subtitle B he can't do that. Sorry guys..

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What ever happened to that bet he had with Peppers to play basketball?

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Not gonna happen, Gettleman, Rivera, and the rest of the front office won't let it go down.

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Slightly awesome and slightly scary at the same time. But I agree with above, i doubt the Panthers allow it.

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Greg Hardy is fast becoming one of my top three favorite Panthers...Crazy fuger!

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Does Hardy have any training?

Physically I think he could whoop his ass

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

This, this, and this. We all love Hardy's crazy self, but don't be an idiot.

That said...whoop his ass.

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