Diego Sanchez has received an outpouring of support while hospitalized for COVID: ‘I’m not a Antivaxxer damnit!!’

UFC Hall of Famer Diego Sanchez remains hospitalized and undergoing treatment for severe symptoms of COVID-19.

Sanchez gave an update on his condition on Saturday via social media. The inaugural season winner of The Ultimate Fighter started suffering symptoms nearly a month ago. He underwent Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment and his symptoms quickly improved.

His improved condition was short-lived, though. His oxygen levels dropped. He developed pneumonia and blood clots in both legs.

While hospitalized, Sanchez has received an ‘inspirational’ outpouring of support.

“Day 27 still hospitalized and fighting this covid pneumonia and blood clots thank you for your prayers world,” Sanchez posted on Twitter.

“I have thousands and thousands prayers messages to read while I’m in the hospital again!! very inspirational!! I’m receiving churches, families and just a lot of great people putting me in their hearts and taking it to god the father.”

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Sanchez is unvaccinated. In previous posts on social media, “The Nightmare” stated that he wasn’t “sold on the vax.” He defended his vaccination stance on Saturday, but also stated that he’s not an “anti-vaxxer.”

“I’m not a Antivaxxer damnit!! just waiting for the best one to arrive tech is only advancing at light speeds right,” Sanchez tweeted.

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