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    gutted for you mt duch friend
    dont be to dispondant and get yourself fit asap mate

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    Really sorry to hear that Duchman. I had a year and a half off when I did my knee and I remember how miserable I was. Hope you can make the most of the time, use it as productively as you can and get back to training as soon as possible.

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    bad luck man, hope you heal soon.

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    totally gutted for u dude..but u'll come back fitter than ever..

    time is a healer..hang in there!!

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    sorry to hear that Duch

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    sorry to hear this mate. get well soon
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    Sorry to hear about that mate...

    I broke my leg a couple of years or so ago doing takedowns - I was out for around six months and that freaked me out. I can't imagine what it must be like to recover from a torn ACL....

    Put people do recover from it. If you've seen Renzo's documentary he tore his ACL, was out for a year or so but then gradually returned to training...

    It's hard mate but Keep the Faith man. Try to keep your enthusiam up by watching / going to fights/comps, watching instructionals etc. If you can try to go to training and just watch the class/chat to your team-mates/instructor etc. That's the kind of things that will keep your enthusiam up and your passion for fighting alive.

    Sorry but I can't see you stopping BJJ at all - I think you'd have to be decapitated before you stopped doing BJJ...

    All the best to you for a speedy recovery mate.

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    Have you had surgery on it before Dutchman?

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