Korean zombie suffers severe knee injury | catastrophic injury
Popular Boxing fighter Korean Zombie recently injured in catastrophic injury during his recent fight against Ricardo Lamas in California. Read out how to be safe in such fights.
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Korean zombie suffers severe knee injury

Korean zombie suffers severe knee injury

Chan Sung Jung, popularly know as Korean Zombie, has suffered catastrophic injuries during his recent fight against Ricardo Lamas in California. This is really bad news for the boxing star who had already suffered other similar injuries in the past. It’ll take about a year to fully recover from the injuries sustained. Contact our sports injuries attorneys in Los Angeles and surrounding areas if you have suffered an injury through participation in sports.

The fight

Sung Jung was forced out a fight with Ricardo Lamas due to severe injuries. As of right now, it seems that Lamas will continue fighting at UFC 214 and Jason Knight will replace featherweight Chan Sung Jung. The fight was intense but the champion had to be forced out. It’s very disappointing for fans who have followed and supported his boxing career.

Top boxing injuries

Boxing can be a brutal sport. It’s at the top of the list for sports producing severe injuries. As with all contact sports, there is a higher risk of injuries. The focus is on the head and upper body. These are areas in the body where the most lasting damage can occur. Some of the common boxing injuries include:

  • Facial bruise
  • Bruising to ribs and hands
  • Carpal Bossing
  • Lacerations and cuts
  • Fractures
  • Concussion
  • Shoulder dislocation

Preventing boxing injuries

Common sense is the mother of all prevention. Severe boxing injuries are usually caused by failure to prevent them or treat them promptly. But it can happen to anyone. Even professional boxers who invest their lives training, will often face a punch or two. Some tips that may help prevent the common boxing injuries include:

  • Keep your head fully protected and make sure the protection won’t interfere with visibility.
  • Wear boxing gloves – They were designed for a reason. You can do some research on your own about which brands offer the most protection.
    When training, you should wear a different type of gloves as you will be hitting hard and heavier items.
  • Mouth guard – This is essential if you don’t want to lose your teeth. Experts suggest to choose only top brands as the cheaper ones don’t have a good reputation.
  • Hand wraps – As simple as they may look they can give you a lot of protection. Semi-elastic wraps are highly recommended.

A Los Angeles sports injuries attorney can protect your rights

If you or a loved one were injured in a sports-related accident it’s time you seek legal representation from a sports injuries attorneys in Los Angeles. Seek medical treatment as soon as possible and allow an attorney handle all the legalities. Boxing and many other contact sports can be very dangerous. They can can put players at risk of sustaining severe injuries. However, you may be able to obtain compensation for all your losses. Insurance companies generally don’t offer much. This is when an attorney comes in the picture to make sure your rights are fully protected. Call today and schedule your initial case evaluation.

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