UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture is in intensive care in Los Angeles, California, according to a report from TMZ Sports. The 56-year-old reported walked himself to the hospital after a workout at Unbreakable MMA before he was admitted and diagnosed.
Couture is expected to make a full recovery.
From the report:
The 56-year-old legend — a 3-time UFC Heavyweight champ — walked himself to the hospital on Wednesday after feeling something was off after a workout at the Unbreakable MMA gym in L.A. He was admitted and treated immediately. The good news, sources close to Randy tell us he’s expected Randy to make a full recovery.
The UFC inducted Couture into its Hall of Fame in 2006.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir sent his best wishes to the former three-time UFC champion.
“Getting ready for weighins here in Connecticut and I just received word that @Randy_Couture has suffered a heart attack. We’re all thinking of you Randy and are pulling for you champ,” Mir wrote on Twitter.
Getting ready for weighins here in Connecticut and I just received word that @Randy_Couture has suffered a heart attack. We’re all thinking of you Randy and are pulling for you champ 🤜🏼🤛🏼 pic.twitter.com/2gEKLSxglA
— Frank Mir (@thefrankmir) October 24, 2019
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