UFC welterweight Dan Hardy has had a tough run, losing three fights in a row, but he knows why it happened. He says he stopped enjoying what he was doing, so he’s back on pace now and hoping to face Chris Lytle in his home country of England this October.

Check out this exclusive one on one video with Dan Hardy.

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