After successfully defending the title at UFC 270, heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou revealed that he had injured his knee and took part in the fight against Cyril Garne.Specifically, “Predator” is Completely tore the MCL while damaging the ACL During the camp, it almost led to his withdrawal.
In a recent message, Ngannou’s manager, Marquel Martin, provided the latest information on the client’s injury status: MMA fighting.. According to him, the champion is heading for surgery and will probably dominate most of the year.
“He probably needs to have surgery in March. After that, the timeline can obviously change, but he’s probably looking at 9-10 months. [recovery time].. “
Martin confirmed that the procedure was performed by the same doctor, Dr. Neil El Atlas, who worked at both Conor McGregor and Georges St-Pierre for each ACL operation. He is also optimistic about Ngannou’s smoother recovery process.
“His MCL is completely gone, but it can heal spontaneously,” Martin added. “Maybe he repairs the ACL and repairs any other damage that needs repair, such as the MCL.”
The timing of surgery and recovery may also work for Ngannou. The UFC Champion is aiming to get out of his contract and has long been dissatisfied with his promotion. If he does not book another battle within a year (which would be a likely scenario if he sits for 10 months), he will be a free agent by 2023.
– MMA Sports
UFC Champion Francis Ngannou heads for surgery. Probably “9 to 10 months”
https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2022/1/27/22903923/francis-ngannou-headed-for-surgery-likely-out-for-9-to-10-months-ufc-270-mma-news UFC Champion Francis Ngannou heads for surgery. Probably “9 to 10 months”