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UFC star Anthony Rocco Martin rushed to hospital with knee an infection and divulges it was ‘worst ache I’ve ever felt’

UFC star Anthony Rocco Martin rushed to hospital with knee infection and reveals it was ‘worst pain I’ve ever felt’


UFC star Anthony Rocco Martin has revealed he was rushed to hospital with a severe knee an infection.

The 30-year-old suffered a torn meniscus in his unanimous determination loss to Neil Magny at UFC 250 again in June.

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UFC star Anthony Rocco Martin has been hospitalised with a knee an infection[/caption]

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The Welterweight fighter suffered a torn meniscus in his unanimous determination loss to Neil Magny[/caption]

But two weeks after he underwent a reasonably routine knee scope process to assist clear up the problem, Martin found the severity of the an infection.

He advised MMA Junkie: “Normally you’re allowed to start out coaching with a scope or one thing like that after two weeks.

“I waited about two and a half weeks to coach and I used to be like, ‘Man, I’ve acquired to start out coaching as a result of I can’t be sitting on the shelf without end.’

“I made some calls to take my thoughts off it and I had a pair drinks to attempt to get the ache to go away.

“The ache was not going away and it was simply getting worse. So about 3:30 within the morning, I couldn’t sleep and it was the worst ache I’ve ever felt in my life.

It was the worst ache I’ve ever felt in my life. I wouldn’t want ache like this on anyone


Anthony Rocco Martin

“I wouldn’t want ache like this on anyone. I took an Uber to the ER as a result of I couldn’t even drive or bend my leg, went in and so they mentioned I undoubtedly have an an infection.”

Martin later arrived on the hospital with a 103-degree fever and “extreme redness” round his knee.

He ended up present process surgical procedure and had his knee cleaned out however the an infection has since unfold up his leg.

Martin revealed he’s at the moment on morphine and Lortabs to cope with the “excessive ache” and must go on antibiotics for 4 to 6 weeks.


Within the meantime, the Welterweight contender has shared his fears that the UFC could have changed him on its roster by the point he’s lastly wholesome.

He added: “Magny battle was my final battle on my contract.

“I’m attempting to get a brand new contract and attempting to battle and it’s sort of messing up my alternatives and it’s actually annoying.”