‘Signs of Good Healing’- Chris Weidman Shares Positive Recovery Update

Published 06/12/2021, 11:43 AM EDT


Chris Weidman, the former middleweight champion of UFC, faced an unfortunate faith at UFC 261. ‘The All-American’ suffered a gruesome leg injury during the fight against Uriah Hall at the event. On a road to recovery, Weidman sent a positive recovery update to his fans and well-wishers via Twitter.

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While on his journey to recovery, Weidman keeps posting regularly about the treatments and therapies he is going through. The 36-year-old recently took to Twitter to share his X-ray report, he posted, “These are my X-rays from this week. Dr. Hsu says there are signs of good healing but fibula still broken nicely and a big bone chip came off. All good, all mental. Positivity infinity.”

 

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Even after such a gruesome injury, Weidman is in good spirits and is working on getting back into the octagon. Will we ever see the champ back in the game?

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Chris Weidman’s Recovery Journey

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – AUGUST 08: Chris Weidman battles Omari Akhmedov in a middleweight fight during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on August 08, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC)

Chris Weidman has had an amazing MMA career. He is one of the most celebrated fighters in the UFC. Regardless of his losses, Weidman has fought many good battles. He has collided with many big names in the promotion. The 15-6-0 record holder has 13 straight wins in his professional fighting career. However, tragedy struck when he snapped his right leg at UFC 261.

But this is not stopping him from getting back in the cage. Just after a few weeks of his injury, ‘The All American’ is back on his legs. He has his own YouTube channel that keeps updating on his recovery journey to the combat fans. Weidman is not ready to hang his gloves yet and has every intention to get back in the octagon.

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However, this is not the first time a fighter is trying to get back into the sport after such an injury. Anderson Silva faced the same injury against Weidman back in 2013. Even though Silva recovered and got back into the cage within months, he only won one bout from seven.

We don’t know whether Weidman will face the same phase but his fans are praying for his speedy recovery. For now, he is focusing on recovery with each passing day. What do you think about Weidman’s future career? Will he return to the octagon? Let us know in the comment section below.

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