Matt Hughes Stable According To Hospital

Matt Hughes Stable According To Hospital

Matt Hughes Stable According To Hospital

Authorities said Hughes, 43, was airlifted to a Springfield hospital via Arch Air Medical Services.

UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes was badly injured in a auto accident in IL on Friday when a truck he was in collided with a moving train, law enforcement tells TMZ Sports.

No other information is available at this time. The train struck the passenger side of the truck.

Hughes was traveling eastbound on the trail when he approached a rail crossing marked with crossbucks.

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The UFC sent their prayers to Hughes and his family via their official Twitter account.

Hughes, a high school state wrestling champion at Hillsboro, won his first UFC World Welterweight title in 2001.

UFC mixed martial arts fighter Matt Hughes during a news conference in San Francisco, Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010.

Hall of Famer Matt Hughes has been airlifted following a collision. His rivalries with St-Pierre, Penn, and Trigg undoubtedly ranked as the most heated in the UFC at their time, and produced some truly historical moments in the semi-early days of the rapidly developing combat sport.

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