UFC star's testicles 'swell to size of SATSUMAS' after ref accuses him of faking injury in bizarre 10-second exchange | The Sun
UFC star Victor Henry's testicles swelled to the size of "SATSUMAS" after being accused of faking an injury.
The American was pulled out after 15 seconds in round two of his UFC 294 prelim bout with Javid Basharat.
He was accidentally kicked low by Basharat but the cageside doctor questioned Henry's reaction in a bizarre 10-second conversation.
The doc said: "No it wasn't your ball. He didn't kick your ball."
Henry responded: "It's all d*** and balls!"
The bantamweight was later taken to hospital as his coach Josh Barnett spoke out about the severity of the injury.
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Barnett posted: "We're in the hospital right now to get an ultrasound and some exams. His balls are swollen to like the size of a Satsuma."
The doctor was slammed by commentator Jon Anik who said: "The doctor is going to tell him it didn't hit his testicles? Come one, man!"
UFC middleweight Josh Fremd said: "How you gonna tell the dude who got kicked in the nuts that he didn’t get kicked in the nuts ?
"Someone should slap that dr."
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His coach Barnett added: "Well…that was awful.
"We're in an ambulance heading to the hospital for examination and an ultrasound.
"If that was field goal attempt that was a 60 yarder."
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