Bruise marks on Tills right arm at weigh in (no pics)

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  1. paddy_da_pikey

    paddy_da_pikey Purple Belt

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    Hello,
    Just watched the weigh ins, noticed what looks like dark blotches around Tills right arm on the opposite side of the elbow where you would get blood drawn from?

    Any one any idea what these are as not seen them before and dont want to jump to conclusions?

     
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    jei Danger Zone Admin Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Makes conspiracy theory thread about marks on a fighter's arm, doesn't provide pictures of said marks.
     
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    accolyte1022 Roll to the Goal

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    Heroin is a hell of a drug?
     
  4. Moral Victory

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    I was wondering too, why was this wastelanded? Could it be an injury, partically torn bicep? I have no idea.

    Dang join date 2003!
     
  5. cburm

    cburm Green Belt

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    He prolly got water iv or he did draw .Blood to make weight idk
     
  6. cakemuncher

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    Conspiracy confirmed

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  7. TRT Champion

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    He got IV. Illegal, but people still do it to avoid death at weigh ins.
     

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