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Segura Leaves The Hospital, Says Injuries Not Serious

By Miguel Rivera

Former champion Giovani Segura (28-2-1, 24KOs) has been discharged from a hospital in the Philippines. Last Saturday in Pasig City, he challenged WBO champion Brian Viloria and took a lot of punishment before being stopped in the eight round of action. Segura was taken to the hospital where he was treated for a few days. He suffered very bad swelling around his left eye. The official medical report indicates that doctors found a small crack at the top of his cheekbone that required surgery but the injury is minor and a few weeks are needed for recovery. Segura says reports of having a broken orbital bone and other reports which indicated a serious blood clot, were exxagerations.

"Thank you all for your support. We are in perfect health. I was discharged. I just had to be here [in the hospital] because of my swollen left eye, but I have nothing wrong with it, thank God. Disregard that I've suffered serious [injuries], that is pure lies," Segrua said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Phantomas on 01-03-2012

Good, now learn some boxing or look for another job. Btw.- That list is odd, México has some good hospitals and specialists and lots of americans come here to get attention. The hospital I was born used to have lots…

Comment by quxel on 01-03-2012

stupid stupid stupid

Comment by quxel on 12-15-2011

lmao at that ****hole having the best doctors lol

Comment by Titing Kabayo on 12-15-2011

[QUOTE=quxel;11561742]he had a serious injury and they kept him in a low quality hospital in the phillipines he would have been better letting his corner handle it. i bet his corner man knows more than any doctor there[/QUOTE] I say…

Comment by Seleção No. 13 on 12-15-2011

[QUOTE=GloriousBasterd;11562760]Lol, what a stupid mexican. World Health Organization's ranking of healthcare systems by country: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WHO's_ranking_of_healthcare_systems [B][SIZE="4"][SIZE="3"]60. Philippines[/SIZE][/SIZE][/B] 61. Mexico Looks like Segura wanted to get treated in the Philippines rather than receive inferior care in his home country.[/QUOTE] That is…

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