Jack Shore bullet hole wound horrifies world at UFC 301

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You know it’s bad when a UFC champion like Daniel Cormier has to turn away from the Octagon.

That’s what happened when a horrific injury struck on the UFC 301 card on Sunday (AEST).

Jack Shore’s fight with Joanderson Brito was stopped by a doctor mid-way through the second round when Shore’s shin was opened up in gruesome fashion.

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Brito’s barrage of leg kicks were paying dividends during the second round and Shore’s lead leg had an egg sticking out the front of his badly bruised shin.

One final power kick to Shore’s left leg was the final strike with a deep would opening from the same leg.

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Despite Shore fighting on and putting weight on the leg, blood poured out immediately and the referee halted the fight for a doctor’s inspection.

The fight was waved off moments later when the cage-side doctor ruled it wasn’t safe for Shore to continue.

The fight was officially awarded to Brito via a TKO with one minute and 25 seconds left in the second round

The live TV cameras showed the doctor pressing his finger into the open wound before making the call.

The footage showed how deep the cut was, with ESPN commentator Jon Anik even questioning if Shore’s bone was visible and exposed.

After seeing the injury Cormer turned away from watching, Anik said.

“We’ve just got a nasty look at it,” Anik said.

“He’s got like a bullet hole wound.”

Former dual division champion Cormer said Brito had “beaten” Shore’s leg up.

“Oh my god,” he said.

“It’s so bloated from all the kicks. Once it expands like that, something has to release that pressure building in the leg. That’s disgusting. That is disgusting.”

UFC star Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson also wrote on Twitter: “Yall like that stoppage? Can’t imagine he could’ve taken many more of those.

“Dang that doc just kept sticking his finger in it owwwwww.”

Dan Hardy, however, said the fight should have been allowed to progressed.

He posted on Twitter: “That shouldn’t have been stopped, and that doctor didn’t need to be digging his damn fingers in the cut to make it worse.

“It’s a cut. The bone wasn’t broken. Play on.”

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