Not His Fault? Doctor Testimony Outlines War Machine’s Brain Abnormalities

“Your frontal lobe is responsible for your affect. How you respond to a given situation. It has to do with complications, trauma to the frontal lobe. You could perhaps see something that’s horrific and it wouldn’t bother you. You couldn’t respond to it.”

Former UFC star War Machine [born Jon Koppenhaver] is now standing trial for the brutal assault of his ex-girlfriend Christy Mack and her boyfriend Cory Thomas. During the trial a medical expert was put on the stand and asked bout War Machine’s mental stability, especially given his occupation as a mixed martial artist, and the use of steroids.

Did these things help contribute to War Machine’s violent behavior? The doctor seems to believe so, but check out what he had to say while put under oath.

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