In the last hours, it was announced that a historical star of the mma and UFC hospitalized with complications from COVID-19. This is the outst
In the last hours, it was announced that a historical star of the mma and UFC hospitalized with complications from COVID-19. This is the outstanding cast member of “The Ultimate Fighter 1”, Chris Lebenwho goes through very complex days in a clinic for respiratory problems, trying to win the toughest battle of his life, against the coronavirus that torments the world.
At 41, the fighter is fighting against an invisible enemy that has already killed millions of people on the planet. For this reason, with respiratory complications, he wants to remain calm and hopeful of being able to get out of said complexity. Even so, he has been shown on social networks in recent days, with messages for those closest to him and for those fans who send him strength.
Words by Chris Leben
In a video he posted Leben On his personal Instagram account, he can be heard saying, “I feel pretty good. I’m out of all other things. I have no tubes in my body right now, the only thing is this oxygen. They said a 100 percent recovery is possible, and I think that’s what will happen.” As expected, MMA fans are waiting to see him recover.
“I’m still alive, man. I’m still here. And for that, I’m very grateful: the fact that I can fight my way back to 100 percent health. Having that opportunity is a great blessing.” Chris. She clearly does not have easy days, but in her family they believe that she will get out of this situation. However, danger is always at the door, so he is hopeful.
Before that publication, the historic fighter from UFC had mentioned, “So I’ve been in the hospital since Tuesday. I came in after a cough and shortness of breath that I developed after covid. I’m not one of those people whose stomach hurts the world. But if you haven’t seen me in the gym or around that’s why. And if you can send me some positive vibes on top of that, I really don’t want to say much until we know exactly what’s going on.”