Badou Jack suffers horror head injury if he suffers cut the middle of his forehead during the defeat by Marcus Browne on undercard of Manny Pacquiao vs. Adrien Broner
- WARNING – GRAPHICAL CONTENT: Badou Jack was taken to hospital after his fight
- Jack clashed with Marcus Browne in the seventh round of their fight
- Because of the accidental collision, the forehead of the Swede burst open in the middle
- An uppercut later made the injury even worse as he struggled to see for the blood
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Badou Jack suffered a horrible head injury during his defeat by Marcus Browne at the MGM Arena in Las Vegas.
The pair was billed as the best fight on the undercard of Manny Pacquiao's WBA welterweight title defense against Adrien Broner, but in the seventh round the game turned a nasty turn when the duo collided with the heads.
Browne emerged unharmed, but the collision caused the Swedish boxer's forehead to burst in the middle.
Badou Jack suffered a gruesome head wound during his fight with Marcus Browne in Vegas
The pair collided with Jack in the seventh round, which was aggravated by the incident
The referee called a time-out to see the wound and it was deemed the injury was not serious enough to stop the fight.
Later, however, the cut worsened when the unbeaten Browne was connected with an uppercut. Jack immediately stopped, but again, after another time-out, it was agreed that he could continue.
The injury caused serious problems for the 35-year-old while the fight continued and he was barely able to see that the blood was flowing from the wound, a commentator suggesting that it looked like he was wearing a & # 39; crimson mask & # 39; wore.
The referee's sleeves were dark red at the end of the fight after he had broken the pair so often, while Browne was also covered with the blood of his opponents.
The 35-year-old struggled to see how the blood flowed across his face in his eyes
He continued and continued to end the fight, but was immediately taken to the hospital
One of the experts said that blood splattered on the broadcast tables during the final, such as volume.
Jack did not conduct interviews with the postmatch, but instead went directly to the hospital to attend the injury.
Browne retained his perfect career record with an uncomplicated points victory over the former super middleweight and light heavyweight world champion.