Christos Giagos out of UFC Paris after injuring hand on broken toilet | Photo

We bet you didn’t have “UFC fighter out of fight due to toilet injury” on your bingo card.

On Monday, Aug. 8, Christos Giagos revealed a freak injury that will see him missing out on the historic UFC Paris card.

“I was getting some cleaning done and while wiping down a piece of my grill in the trash my hand hit a broken porcelain toilet and gashed my hand open, cutting a tendon in my pinky,” Giagos wrote Monday on Instagram. “Unfortunately, due to the severity of the injury I had to pull out of my upcoming fight in Paris. I was praying the damage wasn’t bad so I could still take the fight, but that wasn’t the case.

“I went to a hand specialist today to check the damage and had to undergo a minor surgery to reattach my pinky tendon. My focus is to get healed up as fast as possible. As much as this pains me, the only thing I have control over is how quickly I get back.”

Giagos was looking to rebound from two straight losses (Thiago Moisés and Arman Tsarukyan) with a match-up against Benoît Saint-Denis.