UFC star Michael Chandler shows off gruesomely deformed bulging dislocated finger after Tony Ferguson KO win

MICHAEL CHANDLER showed off his gruesomely dislocated finger suffered during his knockout win over Tony Ferguson.

Chandler had to get up from the floor before scoring a brutal front kick KO against Ferguson.


But during the bout, the former Bellator champion severely injured his finger which was left deformed and swollen.

Despite the nasty injury, Chandler KO'ed Ferguson, 38, who was left heavily concussed after the loss and admitted he cannot remember the fight.

He posted on Instagram: "I took a big kick to the dome this past Saturday inside that Octagon.

"It put me out for a longtime It was a scary feeling not remembering anything from beginning of second round all the way until I walked up to the ambulance I thank God EVERYDAY I made the trip back to reality.

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“All jokes aside, I didn’t mean to scare you all, should have done things different like keep my “Hands Up & Chin Down.”

"My fault I lost, props to Chandler for the highlight real finish. I have many things to work on, not just competing.

"One battle at a time. I’m not perfect by any means, but I’ll continue to strive for it in-N-out of the practice room."

Chandler, 36, would later call out Conor McGregor, 33, following his KO of the year contender.

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He said: “Conor McGregor, you’ve got to come back and fight somebody. I am the most entertaining lightweight on the planet.

"But I want to up the stakes, Conor. I want you at your biggest, I want you at your baddest and I want you at your best.

"You and me at 170 this summer, this fall, this winter. Holler at your boy.”

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