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by Larry LeoJune 5, 2020
© Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports
MMA legend Wanderlei Silva, who's used to taking shots to the face, says he's lucky to be alive after getting hit by a car again while riding his bike in Curitiba, Brazil. AGAIN?...
quote:Then stop riding them there!
"I could even have died if I wasn’t wearing a helmet,” Silva told Brazilian media outlet Tribuna.
The 43-year-old legend was biking Wednesday across a large street with two traffic lights ... when something went horribly wrong.
"The first one was green ... but I cannot [be sure] if the second turned red in the process."
Silva says he was thrown from his bike -- suffering cuts on his face and a broken bone in his foot.
"People have to be more careful in traffic. It’s hard to ride bikes in Curitiba.”
Filed Under: Boxing/MMA
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