MotoGP » No surgery for Marc Marquez


Marc Marquez has shoulder ligament damage, but no need for surgery

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hoppy

September 03, 2013 3:12 PM

Good news.
But judging by the way Marc rode on Sunday i am not surprised that the injury is not serious enough to warrant surgery.He should be fine by the next round if he rests it properly.

Roundiniho

September 03, 2013 4:04 PM

Can somebody get this guys birth certificate checked please, or at least verfiy this guys name, because at this moment in time i'm starting to think its Damien, or Lucifer....!

He dislocates his sholder, gets away with it, crashes at 209mph, gets away with it, (thats a motoGP record by-the-by).......there are a few other instances i can think of that would stop any other rider........

He crashed a couple years back and had double vision for a month or so.....

What "other-worldly" force is protecting this bloke???!!

Darkwaknight

September 03, 2013 4:04 PM

Thats because "IT DID NOT HAPPEN" this was simply a case of the PR hype train seeing an opportunity and trying to push MM more into a God like myth.

VR is on the decline and they need a new idol!! Jorge rode superbly and I still feel that Dani was holding back (team orders/other reasons) who knows why but you do not run .6-.7 a lap faster and then just boom stop!!

herewego

September 03, 2013 4:22 PM

It was clear after the crash that Marc had something wrong with his shoulder by the way he held it! He was lucky not to have broken anything. If it is merely a dislocation, then once put back it will hurt a bit, but is OK. I have a mate that can actually put his shoulder out of joint and put it back again - a real party piece!

Roundiniho

September 03, 2013 4:40 PM

Yes, but HRC or Dorna didnt go up to Marc in Mugello and go, "listen, when you hit the limiter on your bike at the end of the straight, just jump off, people will think your a legend..."

This aint Jackass....

Also, Rossi commanded respect, he never demanded it....

BMac

September 03, 2013 4:57 PM

I don't think there are team orders in Honda because, if there were, Dani would be a close second each time Marc wins or he would even give up wins with some ridiculous errors to let Marc through. These guys can show the crowd what's going on without saying anything. I think Marc is just as good as he shows and it is like Dani says, the pushing to the front ruins his tyres.

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