MMA fighter Christian Lohsen has to have a testicle REMOVED after being hit by a knee while training, with UFC stars quick to show their support following the horror injury
- Christian Lohsen stated that he suffered the injury in a ‘training accident’
- MMA fighter was rushed to hospital and had to have a testicle removed
- He is now recovering at home and resting following successful surgery
An MMA fighter had to have a testicle removed following an injury in training.
Christian Lohsen, who currently has a 9-2-0 professional record in the sport, shared the unfortunate news on Instagram, posting: ‘So last night was tough… in a training accident I got my left testicle ruptured by a knee which led to it getting surgically removed.
‘Thank you to everyone last night that helped me get to the hospital. I’m fine home resting, surgery went well. Doc said I won’t lose testosterone or ability to have kids from this.
A post shared by Christian “Hollywood” Lohsen (@monkeyjiujitsu)
‘If I lose the other one however, it’s a different story, so from now on, if you hit me in my last testicle, we aren’t friends… lol #NoNutNovember #OneBallWonder #MMAIsADangerousGame #TookNoNutNovemberWayTooFar’.
Former UFC fighter Mike Perry responded: ‘Oh my gosh man. Your sacrifices will be rewarded. They have to be.’
Another former UFC competitor, Ben Saunders, wrote: ‘Dude, sending you positivity in abundance’.
In response to the well-wishers and press attention following his original post, Lohsen wrote: ‘First and foremost, I want to thank everyone for your well wishes.
Christian Lohsen had to have a testicle removed after suffering a horror injury in trainig
‘100,000/10 do not recommend for anyone to go through that… but since I’m stuck on the couch while recovering, I’ve found it crazy how many articles/comments/forums I’ve seen about what happened.
‘I’ve seen support from people I don’t remotely know and I’ve also seen a ton of good jokes that have given me a good, much needed laugh today.
‘Thank you to everyone that’s sending good vibes! I will recover and be back! I’ve got great friends and family supporting me and the perfect wife @meglohsen taking care of anything and everything I’ve needed. #thankyou #keepthejokescoming #1Nut2NutsDoesntMatterIWillBeAChampion #2022PFLChamp’.
Lohsen’s last bout saw him defeat Jonas Flok in a lightweight contest by unanimous decision in Florida.
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