MMA fighters can often break the tiny bones in their hands by throwing punches and even defending them. It's a common problem for both boxers and mixed martial arts artists. In fact, many will break their hands during a fight, but will continue to try to win. As expected, UFC fighters break their noses all the time.
They suffer from nasal fractures in the gym and in the octagon. In this clip, Tim Lajcik shows off a dreadful broken toe that holds up as it bounces and not much else. Of the above-mentioned presentations, 12 arrived in the form of an armbar. UFC fighters often suffer bone fractures during fights inside the octagon.
For the second consecutive UFC pay-per-view event, a fighter suffered a broken bone. At UFC 261, former middleweight champion Chris Weidman broke his leg after kicking Uriah Hall. In a preliminary card contest at UFC 262, Jacaré Souza had his arm broken by a disgusting bracelet by Andre Muniz. Fractures and broken bones are very typical in UFC and MMA fights.
Athletes wear minimal protective equipment, making them more susceptible to injury. During fights, your bones can withstand a lot of stress, which can cause your bones to break. Some common areas of bone fractures include the arms, elbows, hands, and shin. Some facial fractures, such as the orbital bone and nose, are also common.
Treatment for bone fractures varies depending on the type of bone damage. Some fractures in the legs and arms can be placed in a cast to heal and reposition them. However, more serious fractures may require surgery to place nails, screws, or rods. Loop punches usually come into contact with the fourth and fifth knuckles with a single glance.
The fourth and fifth bones in the back of the hand (metacarpals) are the two thinnest of the five bones. The miraculous nature of shocks causes them to bend rather than compress and leaves these smaller bones susceptible to breaking (fractured). It's a requirement for fighters to wear one at all levels of combat, since blows to the jaw cause damage to the brain, from which a custom mouthguard defends itself significantly. We all like to see the highly conditioned athletes who appear on the MMA stage, doing their job in an amazing way, especially when the final result is a devastating KO or, better yet, an amazing performance in the style of Chan Sung Jung's “Twister”.
Mixed martial arts fighters usually keep their fingers extended to keep their opponent further away from them or to maximize surface area by protecting their head. He states that MMA boxers and boxers purposely break their noses to avoid future breaks and get them used to pain. Needless to say, this is by far the worst arm break in MMA history, and with the implosion of Brian Jones Jr's leg, it ranks as two of the worst bone fractures in sports history. While it's not illegal for wrestlers to unintentionally break a bone during submission attempts, they must give their opponent enough time to “take advantage” of it as an attempt at legal submission.
Mixed martial arts training can include a variety of punches, kicks, limb blocks, and throws, and because of this, there is a high chance of a bone breaking. Knee injuries are very common in MMA because of the multiple positions the knee must be in when athletes fight. Before Fujii (25-1 MMA) lost his first professional MMA fight by split decision, he would have a 22-career winning streak with 18 appearances in favor. It's true that MMA fighters use brutal techniques to condition their shins, but they don't break their bones willingly.
Fingers can cause several other problems in MMA, especially their ability to inflict damage to an opponent's eye at the end of a fight. Modifications to gloves to protect the hand would require increased padding (boxing-style), and I don't think too many MMA fans (including yours) want to go down that path. Most wrestlers or students of martial arts sports are likely to lose some teeth when they don't wear a mouth guard. Even though MMA fighters usually get punched directly in the face, they don't lose teeth very often.