U.K. amateur Jack Culshaw has taken to viral fame on the back of a 30-second clip which reveals him a knockout win before subsequently beating himself in celebration.
MMANytt.com first picked up the video of this U.K. amateur buckling on impact with the canvas following climbing to the top of the fence following a KO win over Zak Edwards at Almighty Fighting Championships 10 last weekend in York, England.
Doctors suspect he’s hurt both of his thighs, although the injured party has yet to find the full extent of his injuries.
“I find out in the morning,” Culshaw told MMA Fighting. “I had an X-ray and went and there are no bones broken, but do you understand that the patella, the knee cap? We’ll need to wait and see, however they must look at my other leg too, the leg, they stated that knee could move. When rsquo they &;re finished with the rehab on they my leg ’re going to have to perform my leg as well. ”
The doctors suspect that rsquo & Culshaw knees are diminished through the past few years from running and lifting weights. The impact of his landing after scaling the weapon was the straw that broke the camel’s back for the man’s knees.
“It popped directly out just then. I believed, so that I did a roll;, & lsquo; I & rsquo; m not going down rsquo & today and I got back up. I place my foot back down and [my knee] went out. It went out four times that night,” he recalled of his knee.
Culshaw was reserved for another fight that was amateur weekend but the injury has ruled him from competition.
Even though the 21-year-old & rsquo; s coach Neil Wain, at Ludus Magnus, cut on an figure s corner after he suffered the injury, the fighter revealed that his words weren & rsquo;t harsh.
“I could slap you or kiss you & rsquo; & hellip; He stated, & lsquo; and that sums me up perfectly, & rdquo; Culshaw.
His new found fame in his stride, hoping it’s going to open doors for him and his future is being taken by the Doncaster amateur.
“I’m enjoying it, to be honest. It’therefore getting my knockout about, so folks will understand my name, more folks will get me and then folks may sponsor me. ”
Culshaw hopes to be back in action before the year’s end.