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    Default Career threatening injury fores Rob Sinclair out of Bellator tourny

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    Real shame that.

    Main thing is now to concentrate on his health - an obvious point that gets neglected / forgotten and taken for granted when your training / competing at his level.

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    why are the circumstances surrounding the injury such a secret?

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    Speedy recovery Rob. One of the biggest mysteries in UK MMA; Rob never fighting for the UFC.
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    I'm nosy. What was the injury?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKing85 View Post
    I'm nosy. What was the injury?
    i'm guessing at spine or head injury
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    was knee apparently
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    Wish full recovery
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    Fuck....when will that guy catch a break?!

    such a shame.....hope he makes a speedy recovery
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    In other Bellator news, find the Shlemenko/Cooper fight from tonight. Good stuff.
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