An American mixed-martial arts boxer says he temporarily died in the arena after he claimed his nature stopped and he lost kidney failure
An American mixed-martial arts soldier says he temporarily “died” in the arena after his nerve stopped and he suffered kidney collapse during a fight on Friday.
Clovis ” CJ ” Hancock collapsed in a preliminary round of the Legacy Fighting Alliance, an American mixed-martial arts competition based in Texas, and “mustve been” revitalized by ringside medical personnel.
According to Hancock, paramedics restarted his mettle twice after he fell during the course of its contended in the Arena Theatre in Houston. After being taken to infirmary, doctors diagnosed him with kidney lack and dehydration.
On Sunday night, Hancock said he was recuperating well after physicians introduced him with eight bags of saline solution.
” I died tonight in the cage”, he posted to Facebook.” My heart stopped, and I had kidney downfall, they did CPR and affect me with the defibrillator twice and fetched me back.
” Doc says I shouldn’t fight again. I’m broken. I guess I’ll simply has become a coach from now on .”
The 32 -year-old said he had been undergoing a” hard weight slouse” to qualify for the fight, which he said may have led to his breakdown. At the moment of its welterweight fighting, Hancock weighed 77 kg( 170 lb ).
During his retrieval, he commented on Facebook that:” I cut too much load, my mettle stopped and my kidneys neglected.[ Doctors] said I was sternly dehydrated .”
The CEO of the Legacy Fighting Alliance, Ed Soares, said Hancock collapsed after he held a figure knock from his rival, Charlie Ontiveros.
” After the kick territory, there was a few second interruption, and then he collapsed in the enclosure ,” he said in a statement.
” Our cutman David Maldonado immediately recognised the problem and signalled to the medical unit sitting cageside. They were able to resurrect and stabilise CJ and took him to the hospital via ambulance where they defined he had suffered kidney disappointment .”
The Legacy Fighting Alliance has been contacted for comment.
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