The Welterweight Max Griffin increased the attack heat in the third half of the UFC Vegas 13 fight when an elbow appeared almost tore Ramiz Brahimaj’s ear.
The referee Mark Smith stopped the game after 2:03 minutes in the last game as he clearly saw a bad injury.
The UFC usually posts video replay of the entire match. But in this case, the promotion cut down for Griffin’s celebration.
This is a screenshot of Brahimaj’s injury.
This is the video from the moment of the injury.
The finish put Griffin back in the winning column after a few defeats and a 1-4 win in his previous five games. He showed off a positive attack from the outset in the fight, bleed the opponent’s face and damaged his left eye, and appeared to have led the scoreboard in the final game. A wrong kick in the groin left Brahimaj badly injured in the second half, and he could go on.
But the severity of the injury quickly ruled out the fight for the LFA veterinarian, who made his way to the UFC after a 2-2 draw in the transfer tournament.