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Peggy Morgan's face blows up after Invicta MMA fight

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Fighting is a dangerous sport, every single form of it has its own dangers.

One of those dangers is being punched in the face so much that you can start to resemble a balloon more than a human being after a fight. 

This is what happened to Peggy Morgan last night, who looked like she had been hit multiple times in the face by a beehive after her fight.

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Morgan was in action against Megan Anderson at the Invicta 18 event, and as you can probably tell from the images, she did not come out on top.

Anderson got the KO victory in the final minute of the first round of the contest. Yep, it only took one round for Morgan's face to get that swollen! Insane.

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You can check out the finish of the fight here. Even the commentators were worried about Morgan's face before she was eventually stopped with a barrage of punches that she just couldn't resist.

It seriously looks like she is trying to smuggle a Pokeball in her cheek. Maybe a change of career is in order for the 35-year-old?

Thankfully, the American fighter isn't too badly hurt. Just swollen.

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