Jack Jenkis lost his last fight at UFC 293 in Sydney. In the second round of the fight against Chepa Mariscal (15-6 MMA, 2-0 UFC), Jack Jenkins tried one punch, but he dislocated his wrist. The fight was over in the second round when Chepe Mariscal made a good combination and knocked out Jenkins.
Jenkins announced after the fight that he went to the hospital and luckily he didn't have any broken bones.
Chepe Mariscal ended Jenkins' nine-fight winning streak with a second-round knockout
After 9 wins in a row, Jack Jenkins finally lost in his last fight at UFC 293 in Sydney.
Of course we have to say that he sprained his wrist and that affected the outcome of the match itself. If that problem had not happened, who knows in what direction the match would have gone until the end. Jenkins is currently recovering from his injury but is happy he didn't break a bone so he can return to the Octagon as soon as possible.
Of course, it takes some time to recover, but not as long as if he had broken a bone. The Yankees say they can't wait to come back and start a new winning streak that will never end.
“Dislocated my elbow yesterday, went straight to the hospital,” Jenkins said.
“No fractures or anything like that, but I’m going to need an MRI. They’re a little bit worried about some of the ligaments having ruptured. So, best case scenario, none of them are ruptured, and I can get back pretty soon.
Worst case scenario, I’m going to need surgery but not much we can do about that now. “Fight went really well, try not to get too down about it. With my coaches, we always just try and focus on the process instead of the outcome.
We prepared really diligently even though we had a few things thrown our way during fight camp. I broke my foot six weeks ago so. We had to train without kicking and without running and a lot of stuff for the last little bit, but we still got to the fight in really good shape, and that didn’t have anything to do with the result”.
as quoted by MMAJunkie.