The Swedish fighter who was the best of 2020 in UFC, Khamzat ChimaevHe was in very poor health. In these hours, Majdi Shammas, his manager, spoke with the press and announced an event that caught everyone’s attention. The aforementioned said that «he thought he was going to die«, After he was infected with COVID-19. It should be noted that this is the third time that the contest with Leon edwards.
Understanding the above, Shammas He began by explaining the following about his misstep with the coronavirus: “Those are the emails that we don’t like to send about customers. But it is what it is and there is nothing we can do. We are trying to go back this Tuesday. He insisted that he wanted to train. Then we tried it and it failed. He really had a really bad time. They were horrible moments.
He was really bad, you know. He didn’t even do two rounds in a row. He did a round and then rested. He started coughing, felt bad again, and we had to cancel training. He even went to the ambulance, to the hospital. He couldn’t nearly stand. He thought he was going to die. It was a very hard time for him. It’s a shame, I was focused on a new victory, “said the manager.
The worst moment
At the same time, Majdi dictated: ‘He complained that he had some chest pains after training, so we will also check his heart. We have been in and out of hospitals many times. Nowadays, lately, the last few weeks is crazy. When training ended the other day on Tuesday, he couldn’t even walk to his room. He didn’t even have the energy to go up to his room.
‘He fell asleep in the hall. He cannot train. His friends called me, ‘Hey, Khamzat can’t even speak. ‘ His fever is so high, his headache is so bad, muscle aches and all. Then an ambulance arrived and took him to the hospital. Even when he was in the hospital, he called me, when he called me he thought he was going to die. It was really bad, “he closed Majdi Shammas, who hopes to recover Chimaev.
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