Found May 01, 2013 on
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UFC Tonight analysts Kenny Florian and Chael Sonnen attempt to explain the the gruesome toe injury suffered by UFC light-heavyweight champ Jon Jones during his UFC 159 title defense against Sonnen.
The champ suffered a compound fracture on his toe, which he did not notice until the post-fight interview with color commentator Joe Rogan.
Watch the explanation below (Warning: not for the faint-hearted):
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The doctor on UFC tonight explained Jon’s gruesome injury and informed us that he would need about 6-8 weeks to recover. Nice to hear this but I still hope they make a number one contender fight between Lyoto Machida and Alexander Gustafsson.
PS: These Shoes are ridiculous even for Helwani.
Jon Jones post fight interview
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