Flex Lewis shares some unfortunate news due to injury.

It appears that seven-time 212 Olympia champion James “Flex” Lewis is out of the 2020 Olympia. Predictably, Flex has a bit of a rough weekend. Eventually, Flex will return and perform at the next Olympia.

Flex is currently in the process of dealing with one of the most serious injuries he's experienced as an athlete. In January, Flex suffered a TED—tibia injury in such a fashion that the extremely rapid release of the torque needed to rebuild the repair between the bones cause the tibia to collapse in on itself. This essentially removes Flex from competition for the next four-to-seven months as the bone finally rematerializes all the way to its normal position, making fixed points between the first and second metatarsals, as well as the first metatarsal, more vulnerable.

Because of the severity of the injury, it may take some time for him to recover in space, but even then, going on road and not receiving proper support from his original dynamic kickboxing partners, Oluwale Bamgbose and Omari Akhmedov, may put Flex on the shelf completely as a future competitor.

We wish Flex all the best in his future endeavors.

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