HomeFighter Talk Mark Hunt Shows Off Staph Infection On Bruised Leg After Fight With JDS – Video Bruno June 10, 2013 Fighter Talk 25 Comments Video In Hospital As Mark Hunt Shows Off Staph Infection On Bruised Leg After Fight With JDS. xml feed Tweet Pin It Sony PS4 Throws Overhand Right At Microsoft Xbox One Jon Fitch Talks About UFC Fight Purses And Fighter Pay, And Where It Goes 25 Comments Original Fan June 10, 2013 How does a bruised leg after a fight turn into a staph infection! Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick June 10, 2013 Oh ****.I hope he gets better.That’s such a bad news.Randleman had similar staph infection and it took him years to cure.But now wonder somebody caught staph,the ring was bloodier then a gladiator arena.I hope this isn’t the end of his career. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick June 10, 2013 no wonder* Log in to Reply ThunderbayMMA June 10, 2013 Barf Log in to Reply killa1900 June 10, 2013 Hope you get better soon with no complications. Log in to Reply rightsaysfred June 10, 2013 Holy Shit Log in to Reply Lazer212 June 10, 2013 Thats pretty nutty. Log in to Reply Chacarron June 10, 2013 Siiiiiiickkkkkk!!!!! Log in to Reply Tear June 10, 2013 I threw up. Log in to Reply rockstarzee June 11, 2013 @ kungfulowkick so true about the blood that night… this is crazy but mark is such a boss about it “well there it is thats a big hole.” Log in to Reply baller June 11, 2013 Hold on WTF, how the hell did that happen. What Log in to Reply ericsson June 11, 2013 JDF is one dirty son of a bitch Log in to Reply Original fan June 11, 2013 Right Randleman infection was worse by far. He had such a mismanaged career he could have been a bigger legend he was awesome. Log in to Reply remcodesouza June 11, 2013 Shit! Staph infection happen very often, that make my paranoiac in training… Log in to Reply remcodesouza June 11, 2013 me* Log in to Reply Danby June 11, 2013 Do the brazillian fighters bathe in staph before and after every match? It seems they are always patient zero for these outbreaks. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick June 11, 2013 @Danby Are you racist or just dumb??Have you seen the ring?It was covered in blood. Log in to Reply HunterHemsley June 11, 2013 @Danby Mark Hunt is not Brazilian, plus there can only be one patient zero for one disease/virus/infection. Therefore I can’t say that you’re patient zero for stupidity. Log in to Reply B-Real June 11, 2013 I had Staph from breakdancing on concrete doing street shows as a kid. It may be a joke to you, but it was my passion at that age. The Staph infection went in through a cut and literally swelled my knee up three times the size. I caught it early, but the doctor told me if I would’ve waited a few days, my flesh would’ve been eaten from the inside out. Mark Hunt just let that infection fester for too long. Staph infection comes from not cleaning your injuries after practice or wearing the same dirty clothes and gear without washing them. If you train, just take a bath after every practice and wash your clothes. This is way easier said than done for a pro/potential pro-fighter (since they train practically every day). Log in to Reply Joe Dog June 11, 2013 Mercy! MRSA? Log in to Reply DaBigFish June 11, 2013 Everyone has staph – it’s just about taking care of cleaning wounds to some degree. Staph is a bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus – it is not always bad, it is part of our bacterial flora. But there are pathogenic strains that cause this necrosis – Kevin Randleman is a well know example for MMA Diego Sanchez as well. MRSA – Methacilin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a large group of SA that are not susceptible to conventional antibiotics. MRSA infections are common among combat sports, as injury allows entry for microbes, and the environment where the athletes compete and practice are not very hygienic or sterile. Plastic mats, no sunlight – perfect breading ground (UV/sunlight kills most pathogenic bacteria & virus). Log in to Reply ckid June 11, 2013 gross… why do u keep showing us this mark Log in to Reply steamer June 12, 2013 bathe and change clothing daily especially underwear. never share or reuse towels. do laundry often. cover clean and treat injuries. and use BLEACH ON EVERYTHING! staph is no fckin joke guys. take it very seriously. its not just a hole in your leg or a big painful sore, once you get it you’re more likely to get it again and it affects every aspect of you. you feel exhausted and disoriented. your whole body aches and every muscle is about half as strong as it should be. it makes you more likely to get sick and next thing you know your sick all the time. if you’re in your 30s or 40s (like Mark) it can be career ending. Log in to Reply Danby June 12, 2013 @HunterHemsley Sigh……..Dos santos is Brazilian….. Log in to Reply coutura June 12, 2013 i think to many fighters blood cells mix on the octagon floor is dangerous .they should make a some type off shoes and scooba diving uniforme Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.