After being knocked out by Cory Sandhagen, Frankie Edgar released some chilling information. The renowned American fighter and legend of Mixed Martial Arts, fell asleep on the mat after a direct flying knee to the chin. As expected, the forty-year-old fighter spoke with the press and gave his version of what happened.
Starting with his sayings, Edgar He mentioned the following about it: “It is what it is. This is a relentless sport. It sucks, man. I’ll be on this guy’s highlights reel forever, and that’s only going to play forever. But it is what it is. It could easily have been him on the other side. And I have also been to the other extreme. I didn’t really come to until I was behind. “
“That is the first thing I remember. I’m sitting around the doctors who are going through this whole process with them, Mark and Ricardo are next to me and I say, ‘Mark, what happened?’ He’s like ‘You fought’, and I imagined it, but I couldn’t remember who the hell I fought with. I’m like ‘Who did I fight?’ It is like ‘Sandhagen‘. I’m trying to remember training for the boy and I can’t remember training for him, ”he also said.
An unthinkable completion
Likewise, Frankie He acknowledged, ‘Since when was I supposed to fight him? I thought maybe I accepted this fight on short notice or something. He’s like ‘Brother, two months. You’ve been training for this guy for two months. I just couldn’t wrap it around my head. The doctor asked me what day it was and for the life of me, I couldn’t remember. I was like, ‘September, December’. That’s when they said I had to get a scan.
“We go to the hospital and on the way to the hospital, the ambulance nurse said, ‘What day in February is it?’ I was like, ‘Boom, sixth.’ That’s when things started to snowball and I started to remember. Then I remembered the warm-up and even the first 20 seconds before taking a knee hit. So everything came back to me, but I don’t remember getting out of the cage, “he closed Frankie Edgar.
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