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Oliveiras test come back negative for major injury

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by VroomyJeeps, Aug 26, 2015.

  1. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    "Although his manager, Wade Hampel, told MMAjunkie that Oliveira suffered a
     
  2. Peteyandjia Silent Snow Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Sweet.

    By the way dopey, he had a "real" injury, just not a "major" one.

    He still had a tear of the esophagus.
     
  3. HockeyBjj Putting on the foil

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    Something was definitely weird. He did the right thing and didn't risk continuing. Weird feelings in body parts is ten times more dangerous than just pain.

    It's a shame idiots like you will call him a quitter and looking for a way out.
     
  4. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    The way the article is worded, it sounds as if he did not have any eso****eal tear. That would be considered a major injury
     
  5. Chromosome47 Brown Belt

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    TS is the definition of a basement inhabiting keyboard warrior.
     
  6. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    Learn to read. Im simply asking the question of whether or not you believe he was badly injured.

    Lets not pretend he has never given up in a fight before. Just asking the question brah
     
  7. neomage2021 Silver Belt

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    He still could have had a stinger. He said his body went numb. No way he could fight on with a stinger.
     
  8. Peteyandjia Silent Snow Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    That's what you get for trying to infer medical categorization from vague MMA journalism.
     
  9. jeff7b9 Silver Belt

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    We should all thanks that Lord Jesus guy that Max was talking about.
     
  10. MuyThaiElbows Silver Belt

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    Oliveria quits when he's getting hit. He's good against middle of the pack guys, but above average guys will make him quit.
     
  11. neomage2021 Silver Belt

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    not sure about that. esophagus tears almost always require at least minor surgery to repair.
     
  12. DetachedOrchid MAYANS M.C.

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    lame, it was probably a nerve pinch.

    to the peeps saying he quit, why would he? the fight was pretty even when it happened.
     
  13. Peteyandjia Silent Snow Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Btw this is a moronic statement, if you had seen his last fight earlier this year with Nik Lentz, which was an absolute war.
     
  14. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    The report did not mention any specific injury. Its basically inferring he was not injured at all. If he had an eso****eal tear i can only imagine it would have been mentioned.

    If they can't state what the specific injury is, than its not bad.

    Maybe it felt bad at the time. Only oliveira knows for sure
     
  15. Peteyandjia Silent Snow Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    "Almost always" means not always, even by sherdog M.D. standards.
     
  16. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    I remember it more as oliveira beating lentz ass personally
     
  17. Peteyandjia Silent Snow Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Yeah, like when the article said this

    Maybe work more on reading, and less on trying to call cagefighters wimps.
     
  18. HHJ Fedor and Khabib Supremacist

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    i cant understand why anyone is questioning wether or not he was badly injured. If he wasnt,he wouldnt have stopped.
     
  19. HHJ Fedor and Khabib Supremacist

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    are we this jaded? I wonder if terry etim pretended that the barboza wheel kick hurt him just a way to get out of the fight.
     
  20. VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    That could mean anything. Real injuries have names. Broken arm, torn rotator cuff, sprained ligament etc.

    For all i know he could be monitoring a sore collar bone.

    Again im not saying hes a wimp, i simply asked the question of whether or not you believe he quit, or whether you believe he was badly hurt. Its up to the reader to dexw , i simply asked the question
     

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