MMA holy crap, broken arm warning

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  1. chechen

    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    it's like having nunchucks :eek3:
     
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    ZeroSkillet Matt Hughes > *

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    wth did I just watch?:eek3:

    Did I just see a guy get his arm snapped off and keep fighting...even swinning with broken arm...get up and just walk about like if nothing happened?
     
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    he probably had no idea what had happened but yeah what a shitty ref
     
  6. Lucien

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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
  7. chechen

    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    the guy took down one guy.. the other guy landed on his arm and it broke. the guy with the non broken arm won. you are kinda confused
     
  8. Placebo

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    Damn that ref sucked.
     
  9. Sarge21

    Sarge21 Frau am Steuer Ungeheuer!

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    wow, that actually made me a little queazy. It was kinda surreal how he was just sitting there looking at his arm.

    But in all seriousness, this is a lesson to me, i always assumed that if i ever had to break someones arm, that would be the end of the fight right there. Granted when the other dude got off of him, the other guy was just kinda sitting there. But it wasnt the screaming i had in mind.
     
  10. Skeletor

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    I think with the amount of adrenaline one would have flowing through them, it wouldn't really be too painful.
     
  11. Skeletor

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    PS who the fuck would boo a dude who got his arm broken? I hope he was booing the other guy for breaking it (although I'm sure it happened because he fell on it and not intentionally snapped it.
     
  12. Sarge21

    Sarge21 Frau am Steuer Ungeheuer!

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    i think they were booing the winner, because he kept hitting the guy after his arm was broken. I think they expected him to realize it was broke and to just stop.
     
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    wow, someone needs to take some judo 101
     
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    he seemed to take it pretty well
     
  15. SquirtRussel

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    i wonder how long injuries like that prevent you from training
     
  16. Skeletor

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    depends on each injury. One can recover from a dislocation in shorter time than they can a break. Either way, the various joints and bones all have different lengths of time for healing.


    I believe a broken femur is the worst injury a professional athlete can have, as it requires the most amount of time to heal. I've heard it takes up to a year in a hospital bed, and up to another year in rehab just to return to normal. Just imagine how much long that would take. 2 years of healing and returning to normal, and then have to start your training over from the bottom.
     
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    haha, i think he hangs out with shogun





    ba dum chinggg!!
     
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    :ugh: ...
     

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