Modified 13 Mar 2020, 12:28 IST
Former UFC Bantamweight Champion, Cody Garbrandt, has been pulled out of the upcoming UFC on ESPN eight card after it was being revealed that the previous champion had been affected by kidney points.
Cody Garbrandt pulled out of UFC Columbus
The scheduled co-main occasion for the upcoming UFC Columbus card between Cody Garbrandt and Raphael Assuncao has been scrapped because of the former affected by kidney points.
Garbrandt, who was set for a triumphant return to the Octagon later within the month, spoke with ESPN shortly after it was revealed that he had been eliminated Columbus card. ‘No Love’ revealed that on Saturday he had “flu-like signs” and finally began to piss blood after checking with the physician.
“I truthfully don’t know what it’s. A month in the past, I had cellulitis in my shin. I went to the hospital and received that cleared with antibiotics. I received again into coaching, however then final Friday, the lymph nodes in my groin had been infected and I didn’t really feel nicely. I assumed it was simply because of tough coaching. On Saturday, I had flu-like signs. The lymph nodes had been so infected I couldn’t stroll,” Garbrandt continued.
Garbrandt then talked about that we went to the hospital to get some assessments carried out on his blood and kidneys. He added that the physician then advised him to go dwelling and he began feeling worse in 20 minutes with him additionally passing blood in his urine.
What’s subsequent for Cody Garbrandt?
With Cody Garbrandt now being faraway from the UFC Columbus card, it stays to be seen if the promotion comes up with substitute opponent for Raphael Assuncao or not.
Printed 13 Mar 2020, 12:28 IST
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