MMA Fighter Harvey Park Wins Fight With Bone Sticking Out of His Finger

MMA Fighter Harvey Park Wins Fight With Bone Sticking Out of His Finger
Ryan General
By Ryan General
November 15, 2018
MMA fighter, Harvey Park, severely broke a finger with a protruding bone but still came out with an incredible victory. 
Harvey Park suffered the gruesome injury on his right ring finger during the first round of his fight with opponent Le’Ville Simpson on the Legacy Fighting Alliance 53 undercard in Phoenix, Arizona last Friday.
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Nicknamed “Fightbot,” the 32-year-old fighter led by points after the third round and was awarded victory by unanimous decision, improving his record to ten wins and two losses.  
After sustaining the injury, Park fought on until the end of the second round. He was then allowed to continue after he was checked by a doctor and the referee.

Apparently unfazed by his injury, the lightweight fought on, landing a number of clean punches to his opponent’s head in the final round.

After the fight, he was quickly given medical treatment for the injury to his right hand, which was already dripping blood.
(Warning: Graphic images below)
Park later uploaded a video of his injury on social media, which showed the bleeding hand in the immediate aftermath of the bout.
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He also shared an image of his X-ray and other pictures of the bone protruding through his skin on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

The relentless fighter, who is top-ranked among active U.S. Southwest Pro Lightweights, as well as New Mexico’s top ranked lightweight, will need at least a month to recover from his injury.
Featured image via Instagram / harveyparkmma
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