“I truly have a fracture in my eye and within the next few days the doctors will say how they will deal with it,” Ugas mentioned on Instagram. “I spent all morning in a hospital and I write these phrases with only one eye, the other one is still closed.” Ugas (27-5, 22 KOs) was recognized with the eye injury early Sunday morning at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. The Cuban was buckled by a left uppercut in Round 7 that did the injury; his eye instantly swelled. Despite the debilitating harm, Ugas fought on for three extra rounds before the ringside physician advised the referee to cease the bout in Round 10; he concluded the boxer could not see out of his proper eye, which was completely swollen shut. Ugas would not want emergency surgery, based on his staff, and might be reexamined at a… ARLINGTON, …

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