Helenius Hand Injury Update, Chisora May Land a Break
By Per Ake Persson
Newly crowned EBU heavyweight champion Robert Helenius' hand injury appears to be worse than it was initially reported. Nothing is broken but there appears to be a hairline fracture in the right hand. It now appears that Alexander Dimitrenko has relinquished his position as the mandatory challenger to Helenius' title, and that means Dereck Chisora (15-2, 9KOs) can secure this position but whether or not he can force the EBU to order an immediate rematch with Helenius (17-0, 11KOs) is a different story.
[QUOTE=Russ James;11547950]Actually it does. A "hairline fracture" (also called a "closed fracture" or a "simple fracture") is a typical break, while a "compound fracture" is a complete break of the bone where one or more parts of the bone break…Comment by komodo on 12-10-2011
[QUOTE=Russ James;11544427]"Fracture" is the word that the medical profession uses for what we laymen call a break. In other words, his hand was broken.[/QUOTE] A hair line fracture dose not mean a broken hand you need to sue who ever…Comment by komodo on 12-10-2011
He claimed that his right hand was broken after the Chisora fight turns out it's only a fracture :nonono: My mom went 2 days without realising she'd broken her hand guess they dont make em that tough no more :rofl:Comment by HitmanHattonAY on 12-10-2011
chisora won by at least 3 rounds, rematch at the 02 arena would be goodComment by Hitman932 on 12-10-2011
Dimitrenko is a giant p*ssy. Maybe the biggest joke in all of boxing.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (7)