he says he went to the doctor and got it fixed. I hate to think how it would've looked otherwise if that's it after it was fixed!
Long rambling story (you might as well just move on, it's boring):
I was once (only once) the ring-side fight doctor for a Pankration fight. On the bill were two brothers from the host club, the younger in his first fight, the older a very experienced and very successful fighter. They were matched against two fighters who were both from a club in Oregon. The younger brother fought early in the evening. His opponent from Oregon easily got the best of him. Had him in mount and then taunted him, laughing and sissy slapping him. Very unsportsmanlike, if you ask me, or just about anyone else who was there.
When the time came for the older brother to fight, at the bell he strode, almost ran to his opponent's corner. No posturing, no waiting for the guy's first move, no waiting for anything, just strode over and hit the guy once in the face, then turned around and walked back to his corner, leaving the man from Oregon laying in a rapidly-growing pool of his own blood. I jumped up with and was in the ring before the ref could react (he just stood there stunned for several seconds), but neither he nor I really needed to do anything to stop the fight, it was clearly over. I pulled on my latex gloves, and applied pressure to the kid's nose. But the shocking thing was that the nose was not in it's accustomed place, but rather over under the left eye! It was bizarre. I helped him out of the ring, and to a seat against a wall in the back of the gym. I leaned his head against the wall, took hold of his nose and moved it back to where it belonged. I suggested that he go to the local ER, just in case he wanted to get an ENT to refine my repair job.
I never really heard if the guys from Oregon caught on to the connection between their team mate's behavior and the aggression from the big brother or not. I certainly haven't forgotten that nose!