Oklahoma Suners wide receiver Spencer Jones nearly lost his eye during a bar fight with MMA fighter Brayden Brown and his brother inside a toilet. The nature of the injury was so severe that Jones required immediate surgery.
A few days ago, a video doing the rounds on Twitter showed Spencer Jones physically engaging in a brawl with Brown and his brother on Brown’s Corner Bar in Norman, Oklahoma. The incident took place between late night of 13 February and early 14 February.
In the video, a friend of Jones is seen pushing someone who is apparently Brayden Brown’s brother. The man who distorts Jones’ friend goes on to punch several punches in Spencer Jones’s face, before slamming him onto the urine-soaked floor. He The Oklahoma footballer was then locked in a rear-naked choke to completely subdue him.
Brayden Brown later clarified that he was the man in Bean fighting Jones’ friend as the footballer was being beaten to a pulp by Brown’s brother. He He also claimed that he and his brother showed restraint but Spencer Jones and his friend gave him no other option but to fight.
“Just to get rid of the misunderstanding, I partner with Bean and he is my brother. We are not wrestlers in any university, we have been wrestling since we were 12 when we were in a diaper and cage fight. They gave us no choice, unfortunately. We showed restraint, ”said Brayden Brown.
Spencer Jones is lucky to not lose his eye, claims doctor
Spencer Jones and his friend were abusing Brown’s brother and it seemed that they were out more than they could chew on this occasion. According to an OU Daily report, Spencer Jones underwent a four-hour surgery on February 16 in Norman, Oklahoma.
Woodrow Glass, a lawyer hired by Jones’ family, revealed that the doctor said Jones was lucky that he did not lose his eye in the fight.
“Dr. Brooks came out of that surgery, saying that he is exceptionally lucky at this point, that he is lucky that he did not lose his eye completely, ”said Glass. “And so he was able to do some things surgically to rebuild that orbital socket. He Thinks that everything is going to be back to normal eventually, but it’s going to take a while to recover completely. “
Published 22 February 2021 23:01 ET