HomeFighter Talk Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira Over Injuries And Staph Infection, Ready For Frank Mir Bruno December 7, 2011 Fighter Talk 11 Comments Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira Over Injuries And Staph Infection, Ready For Frank Mir Rematch At UFC 140. Tweet Pin It Lyoto Machida Crane Kicks During Open Workout For Jon Jones Georges St. Pierre Hurt, Condit vs. Diaz Will Battle For Interim Title At UFC 143 11 Comments Beast w/ 8 Limbs December 7, 2011 Is there a problem with lack of showering in Blackhouse? Dude always seems to get staph. Log in to Reply cms December 7, 2011 Well once you get a skin infection once they always seem easier to catch after that. Log in to Reply Danby December 7, 2011 I figured he would have been over that like 2 years ago?! Does he sleep in filth or something. Log in to Reply SEAN_VANCE December 7, 2011 is a very common bacteria, found even on healthy people….sweat has alot of bacteria, so with nothing but sweaty guys in a gym and constantly in contact with it, its actually a very common thing. Log in to Reply bob December 7, 2011 Nogs the man but mir is still gonna kill him – mirs game has evolved alot more than nogs Log in to Reply MMAGiantSilva December 8, 2011 Mir FTW staph or not trust me the staph had nothing to do with his chin. Log in to Reply Rio_Warrior December 8, 2011 Yes it is, and if your immunological system is a little low it is way easier to develop. Nasty infection. Log in to Reply Bernardo December 8, 2011 Thats going to be a great fight. Mir is gonna go at Big Nog with confidence he built from his victory over him and his last few KO’s. However BN’s standup was impressive in his last fight so its going to end in a KO for someone!! I would love to see it go to the ground just to see how they evolved down there!! Log in to Reply greengiant December 8, 2011 come on nog Log in to Reply cuu2bad December 8, 2011 mir is dead meat ****ers …………….. Log in to Reply kyle December 8, 2011 The reason why staph is so bad at blackhouse is because the gym is located in a tropical area. Warmer temperatures allow the bacteria in staph to stay alive on surfaces alot longer making it spread faster and harder to get rid of. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.