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Video: The worst cut we’ve ever seen in a fight?

Video: The worst cut we've ever seen in a fight?

Eddie Farrell

 

There is a time at MMA when the medical decision can address any fighter a winner or loser. Doctors never seek anyone’s evil, but good, so they consider, according to their understanding, that a professional can continue the fight or not.

The worst cut we’ve ever seen

 

 

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Went elbow to elbow with @stephanlottering last night! He landed the final blows and the fight got stopped by the doctor. Well done mate, you deserve that belt 🙏 I’m taking a break from fighting til 2020, the fire hasn’t been in me lately and I’m not feeling anything going into the ring anymore and it’s not like it used to be. I’m going to heal up and give boxing a go next year, my scar tissue on my head is fucked, I look like a re life chucky doll. Thanks everyone for the support and messages, it means more than yas think having positive words all the time, thanks guys 🙏🥊. .. I really want to say cheers cunts🍻 and show some love to my team at @samsing_muaythai having @sexual_heelan and @jack_n_lowe fly to Aus to look after me and Brooke, from cutting weight, mental support, training and the fight itself. 🙏💪 . #thefightingfarrells #muaythai

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And this case is in the second group. The doctor did perfectly recommend stopping the fight. You will know when you see the following video of the wound on Eddie Farrel’s head after an elbow of Stephan Lottering. We recommend that you look with caution because this is the worst cut we have ever seen.

 

 

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Free hugs 🥰

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However, Farrell is well after all. He also states that Lottering deserves the title. Both were playing the WBC Muaythai Championship. Farrell goes on to say that he is going to take a break from the fights until 2020, commenting that he doesn’t feel the same as competing. He plans to fight next year. 

 

 

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Made weight last night at 76.2 and fighting for WBC Australia title tonight Lets get it 😎

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