The renowned Mexican fighter from UFC, Irene Aldana, suffered a severe injury and had to be operated on. In these hours, after a fracture in his left foot, he had to undergo surgery. Notably, it all happened in an accident hitting the training pads, two days before her main event fight against Holly Holm in Abu Dhabi. In this way, everything made it clear that he presented with a lot of pain and that may have influenced his result.
Although she lost the fight by unanimous decision, ending a streak of two consecutive victories, she was largely dominated by the American and precisely that marked that she was not so well physically. The 32-year-old fighter, who trains at Lobo Gym in Guadalajara, is ranked No. 5 in the UFC’s official women’s 135-pound ranking today. Now, you will have to wait a while to be able to return.
“Everything went well with the surgery. The doctors ask for three days off and after the fourth day I get a check-up to see how everything is going. After that day, I will start therapy, rehabilitation and gradually train at least my upper body. There are a few days to go before I can return to activity, but I take it easy so as not to make this worse, “the Central American woman communicated at first.
To close, Irene He also said: “In the second week I could gradually start training my whole body. If all goes well, he should be able to start training camp in a month and he should be ready to fight in February or March. It all depends on how my body reacts to the operation. But if all goes well, he should be back in February or March. I am eager to regain the opportunity to fight for the belt.
His previous sayings
“It was difficult at first when I was recovering from the virus, when I started training again. It was difficult because I got tired very quickly. It seemed that the virus was leaving lingering effects. Even though it was negative, I would feel fatigued. Maybe I was not 100 percent, but that only lasted a week and a half, two weeks, and then my body returned to normal, “he said. Irene Aldana, about his contagion of coronavirus.