- 3 months ago
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TUF winner Amir Sadollah has been out of action for almost two years due to complications post-surgery. It has been nearly two years since we last saw Amir Sadollah inside the UFC octagon, and while the physical issues that have kept him on the sidelines have garnered no attention in the media, it appears he is recovering from serious nerve damage. The TUF 7 winner's extended layoff began with an injury during a training session, which lead to a standard surgical procedure. Complications from th read news >>
- 5 months ago
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UFC heavyweight Todd Duffee is dealing with a rare nerve disorder and is uncertain about whether he will ever fight again in the octagon. There may not be any guarantee that Todd Duffee will ever fight again, but he is certainly not considering that option just yet. The UFC Heavyweight was recently diagnosed with Parsonage-Turner syndrome, a neurological issue with a rare set of symptoms resulting from inflammation of unknown etiology of the complex network of nerves through which impulses reach read news >>
- 6 months ago
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And he's proud of the fact that it will be his first time under the knife since turning pro. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight slugger, Alistair Overeem, is headed for surgery. But not for that pesky rib. Instead, "Demolition Man" will be getting cut up today (April 9, 2014) in Florida to correct a pinched nerve in his elbow, according to a report from MMA Fighting. Said Reem: "Initially, I didn't realize what it was and thought it would pass. I thought [my injured] rib was worse, read news >>
- 7 months ago
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UFC heavyweight fighter Todd Duffee is battling a rare nerve disorder that is keeping him out of the Octagon, according to a report on Wednesday evening. read news >>
Cormier, frank as ever, said he doesn't deserve a title shot after his performance against Frank Mir. read news >>
Tyrone Spong is going into MMA with his eyes wide open.
"This is not kickboxing," the former K-1 fighter told MMAjunkie.com Radio in advance of his MMA debut against Travis Bartlett at World Series of Fighting 1. "I know what I'm getting myself into."
Although Bartlett has declared he'll strike with Spong as long as his legs aren't getting chopped to bits, Spong said he's not afraid of going to the mat.
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- 2 years ago
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TORONTO - The armbar that popped Jon Jones' elbow did damage that undoubtedly will sideline the champ for the near future.
Jones, who fought through the hold to cinch a submission over Vitor Belfort in the fourth round of UFC 152's main event, said doctors believe he may have nerve damage to his right bicep.
Jones was bound for a local hospital following the post-event news conference to get an X-ray on the injury.
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