UFC Middleweight Chris Curtis Reveals Severe Injury Following UFC Vegas 90 Loss

Chris Curtis fell short in his rematch with Brendan Allen this past weekend at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, but after revealing the details of the injury to his hamstring, the loss is not what is weighing on his mind.

While “The Action Man” managed to go all five rounds in the evening’s main event with Allen, by the end of the bout he was left clutching his leg, and barely able to stand during the reading of the decision.

In a post earlier this week on social media, Curtis briefly outlined the details of his injury that may leave him sidelined for quite some time. While it was clear the 185-pound competitor was in serious pain at the end of Saturday’s fight, it seems the severity of the injury to his leg came as an unfortunate surprise.

Curtis, who is known for training hard alongside former UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland, obviously pushes his body to the limit, and there is not much that will keep a fighter with his mentality out of the octagon. But, if the hamstring damage is as serious as it sounds, he will surely have to face a lengthy layoff from competition.

With the news of the injury, the MMA community is now anticipating that Curtis will undergo surgery in the coming weeks in order to begin the repair process.

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