Dan Hardy Goes Back to His Artist Roots for XenArt


(Xyience is a paid sponsor of MMAWeekly.com)

UFC welterweight Dan Hardy has always had a passion for art, but decided to pursue a career in fighting. Now, he’s found a way to mix the two together, hosting an art contest for his sponsor (and MMAWeekly.com’s) Xyience.

XenArt: the Energy of Art is a national juried art exhibition sponsored by Xyience Xenergy that is open to professional and non-professional artists over the age of 18 who reside in the United States.

Check out the video below for more details on the exhibition from “The Outlaw,” Dan Hardy…

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