MMA Heavyweight Cries in Agony After Getting Kicked in the Balls

MMA Heavyweight Cries in Agony After Getting Kicked in the Balls

June 13, 2017
A Chinese MMA fighter received the most devastating pain known to all men at the start of a heavyweight match in Seoul on Saturday.
The fighter, Aorigele, was up against Myung Hyun-man for the main event of Road FC 39, Bleacher Report noted.
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What many might have anticipated as an exciting match, however, ended in just few seconds as Myung landed a kick straight to Aorigele’s groin.
Aorigele immediately lost momentum and dropped on the floor, enduring the blow. The event was ruled a no-contest.
Medics attended to Aorigele shortly. For his privacy, they placed a blue blanket over his lower body before inspecting the damage.
The set-up and the look on Aorigele’s face made it seem like he was like giving birth, Total Pro Sports said.
Aorigele was escorted out of the ring after a while, and hopefully, to absolute recovery.
If you can stomach it, the literally gut-wrenching sight may be watched below:
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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