MMA star Victoria Dudakova returns to action on Saturday afternoon to take on Jinh Yu Frey at UFC 294 out in Abu Dhabi.
The Russian fighter has started out her UFC career 7-0, having won her last bout back in July at UFC Fight Night against Istela Nunes. And she will be hoping to achieve repeat success this time around against Frey in the Octagon.
Last time out, the 24-year-old's fight lasted just under a minute. However, Dudakova's win saw her leave her opponent Nunes with a horrifying dislocated arm.
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Inside the first minute, Dudakova went to take down Nunes by grabbing her leg. Unable to evade Dudakova's advances, Nunes went to break her fall with her left arm.
However, it was here the shocking injury occurred. In falling to the ground, Nunes' attempt to cushion her fall saw her suffer a horrifying dislocated arm, which saw it bend and snap in sickening fashion.
What did you make of Istela Nunes' horrific injury? Let us know in the comments section below.
So horrifying was the incident, that left Nunes screaming in pain, Dudakova couldn't even look at her opponent following the nasty injury. And fans on social media were all in agreement back in July that they wanted to see Nunes make a swift recovery after the injury.
One commented: "Hard to watch that. Hope she heals well." Another said: "That looks so painful. Praying she recovers."
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A third said: "S***. That’s a nasty arm break. Hoping for a speedy recovery." And a fourth said: "So unfortunate. I never got how these kinda fights ends in TKOs. Not saying the other person shouldn’t win but idk. Not like she really did anything but she gets a KO on her record. I don’t get it."
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