Brian Foster Withdraws from UFC 129 Due to Brain Hemorrhage
One fighter bows out from the upcoming UFC 129 event, as Brian Foster withdraws from his match due to brain hemorrhage.
Due to brain hemorrhage, UFC welterweight fighter – Brian Foster – was forced to withdraw from his UFC 129 bout against Sean Pierson. The fighter announced his condition via his official Twitter account.
Based on Brian Foster’s Tweet, his pre-fight MRI scan revealed the brain hemorrhage. The UFC is yet to release an official statement about the issue, and it is still unknown whether the promotion will search for a replacement.
UFC 129 will headline a welterweight title bout between George St-Pierre and Jake Shields on April 30. The event will also feature a featherweight title match pitting Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick. UFC 129: GSP vs Shields will take place in Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada and will air live on pay-per-view.View Article Source »