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PeterParker Says, in 9-5-2012 at 08:03:04 from    

no gloves?

Massbud1 Says, in 9-5-2012 at 12:15:06 from    

Ok what the hell are they draining???? Is it infected???

No mal Says, in 9-5-2012 at 12:17:24 from    

…and who uses a 10cc syringe to drain a knee??
If that was an MD, he should be ashamed AND called to the mat. Draining a joint should be done using sterile technique to protect yourself, and more importantly, to minimise the risk of infection within the joint which is potentially devastating.

OverHandGoodNight Says, in 9-5-2012 at 12:57:31 from    

I guess the American health care is so expensive that trainers have to perform these type of procedures. No professional would do this without gloves.

amosaback Says, in 9-5-2012 at 13:47:35 from    

That was an awesome video to watch while I ate lunch!

mmmmkneejuice Says, in 9-5-2012 at 14:00:33 from    

got milk? no, but have glasses of knee juice….mmmmm…knee juice

blzd Says, in 9-5-2012 at 14:32:43 from    

what are they draining from it?

toup Says, in 9-5-2012 at 14:52:24 from    

not even 10 oz gloves, man! that’s brutal!!!

summit Says, in 9-5-2012 at 15:09:23 from    

son of a bitch

Black Dynamite Says, in 9-5-2012 at 17:49:38 from    

Nope……didn’t enjoy that.

Powertele Says, in 9-6-2012 at 01:31:37 from    

Blood on the dudes hands. . .gross.

DaBigFish Says, in 9-6-2012 at 03:36:25 from    

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade?

lol Says, in 9-6-2012 at 05:15:54 from    

There are alot of MD’s who rarely use gloves in the field. this is nothing new. Personally, i wouldn’t but it does happen.

what? Says, in 9-6-2012 at 09:47:03 from    

The Witch Doctor has a scab on if finger. Very sanitary.

TheKungFuLowKick Says, in 9-6-2012 at 16:43:07 from    

It’s a lubricant you normally have in your knee joint but when you get hurt your body produces more of that lubricant and it swells up in your knee and sometimes you can’t bend your knee so you need to get it drained.Sometimes it goes away on it’s own but Mike got serious knee injuries so that’s why he has so much of that lubricant.


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