With 54 fights in his pro MMA career that spanned a period of 13 years, Hughes lost just nine times. In this article, we look at three reasons why Matt Hughes is rightfully the ultimate UFC welterweight G.O.A.T.Apr 27, 2021
Of Irish descent, Hamill was deaf from birth. He was introduced to wrestling by his stepfather Michael Rich, who was the head wrestling coach at Loveland High School. Hamill attended the Rochester Institute of Technology for three years transferring there after a year at Purdue University.
Matt Hughes accident and injuries. On June 16, 2017, Matt Hughes was driving down a backcountry road in Raymond, Illinois. Hughes was airlifted from the accident scene to a hospital in Springfield and when doctors noticed his brain was bleeding, they put him in a medically-induced coma.Apr 14, 2021
Those 19 days were spent in a medically induced coma after Hughes' truck was hit by a train on June 16, 2017. As a result, Hughes suffered a Grade 3 diffuse axonal injury – a brain bleed. The outlook was grim. “I had the worst brain injury possible,” Hughes said.May 26, 2021