I don't want to make any rash statements here, but I'm pretty sure that Greg Hardy learned nothing from his suspension. Remember when our justice system let George Zimmerman walk free after killing a black teenager? The next day he was involved in a road rage incident, six months later he was painting Confederate flags, and a year later he was calling President Obama a "babboon" on Twitter? It was only then that we realized "oh yeah, this guy really is just a racist scumbag".
Greg Hardy is like the professional athlete equivalent of George Zimmerman. Not only does he not think what he did was wrong, he won't even respect the fact that the rest of the rational thinking public thinks it's wrong. He hasn't even stepped back onto the field yet and the guy that got suspended for launching a defenseless woman on top of a pile of guns is already talking about coming out "guns blazing". The guy that doesn't seem to respect women is already lusting after his opponent's wives and sister-in-laws. I don't mean to nitpick, but I don't think the time a person has spent unable to earn a living because of their criminal actions should be the "most awesome" time of a person's life. In fact, I think the whole point of a suspension is that it is supposed to be the most trying time of a person's life.
I'm cool with a slip of the tongue here and there, but Greg Hardy said so many questionable things in that interview that I was out of eyebrows to raise halfway through it. Hey Greg, the "same old G-Hardy" is the one that's lucky he's not in prison. "The same old G-Hardy" is the one that's spent the better part of a year and a half out of a job for domestic abuse. I'm not saying you shouldn't be happy that you finally get to do what you love, but maybe show just a little compassion so that we don't think you treated your punishment like a vacation. You don't even have to do the right thing. Hell, you don't even have to say the right thing. Just don't say every WRONG thing over the span of like 5 minutes. Is that too much to ask?