Chris Weidman’s Wife Reports He’s “Doing Well”, Following Gruesome Injury And Surgery
By FCF Staff
Chris Weidman underwent surgery on Sunday, after snapping his leg at UFC 261, and his wife Marivi’s reporting the former champ’s doing well.
Weidman incurred the horrific injury just moments into his fight with Uriah Hall, who checked a leg kick attempt from the middleweight. Since then, Marivi Weidman shared out the update below.
Well that was horrible. Freak things happen in life and plans get crushed. It’s been a lonnnggg day but so happy to finally see this man of mine post surgery. Everything went well thank you Lord! Very thankful for the medical staff, UFC family @danawhite @reedharrisufc #allieraimondo, our management team @vaynersports @sarahzemonek and our family and friends here rallying to help with the kids. My heart breaks for my husband because I know the work and dedication that he puts into his training everyday and the great man that he is, so I only want the best for him. While this absolutely sucks in the moment and for some weeks to come, we are completely overwhelmed by the love and support we have far and wide and are very aware how blessed we are. All of that overpowers the awfulness of this situation. We are blown away by our friends and family offering to hop on flights to come help us without hesitation. We are so grateful and love you all!! It’s been a crazy year so far but us Weidmans are a force and covered in Grace and Mercy everyday! We were reminded this year how precious each day is and I am so thankful to be spending another day on earth next to my love even if it’s in a hospital room far from home. 🙌🏻 #teamweidman
The 36-year-old Weidman saw his record fall to 15-6 with the TKO defeat. UFC 261 took place in Jacksonville, Florida.