Mike Swick and Dan Hardy at UFC 105

Mike Swick and Dan Hardy at UFC 105

Dan Hardy may be coming into UFC on Versus 5 off of three straight losses, but don’t expect “The Outlaw” to fight any differently on Sunday night in Milwaukee than the hell bent for leather style he’s known for. He can’t afford to when he is facing a fighter cut from much the same cloth as he is in Chris Lytle.

Both push forward from bell-to-bell, and love to not only win, but truly to put on a fight for fans.

“I could probably counter-strike and move away from most guys in the division and make a boring fight and win a lot of decisions. I’d rather get in there and take some punches and take some risks. I don’t see why, just because I’ve got my back against the wall in this circumstance, I should change,” Hardy told MMAWeekly.com‘s Damon Martin on Friday.

Hardy not only talked about his fight with Lytle, but also talked about his dedicated fans dubbed The Outlaw Army and discussed the recent London riots in his home country of England.

Watch the exclusive one-on-one video interview with Dan Hardy below…

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