During War Machine's trial, his ex-girlfriend Christy Mackinday reportedly said she thought she was “going to die” while being attacked by the former MMA fighter back in 2014. Mackinday, whose porn stage name is Christy Mack, took the stand in Las Vegas on Wednesday and recalled countless instances of abused she suffered during her relationship with the fighter, known as Jonathan Koppenhaver, according to reports.

Along with being beaten for more than two hours, Mackinday, who has since retired from performing in pornographic films, told jurors at one point during the attack that her ex slashed her head with a broken knife handle and cut off her mohawk-styled hair after breaking into her Las Vegas home in August 2014. She also recalled Koppenhaver punching her in the face while he scrolled through her phone and said the 35-year old professional fighter kicked her in the ribs, Las Vegas Review Journal reported.

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"Anytime he would see something that he didn't like [on the phone] he would hit me," she said, adding, “I genuinely felt like I was going to die at this point.”

Koppenhaver was facing 34 counts of sexual assault, attempted murder and kidnapping.

Mackinday’s friend, Corey Thomas, was also inside her home during the attack. Eventually, Koppenhaver let Thomas go, after which he continued his brutal beating on Mackinday and reportedly told her he was going to kill her.

“I’ve gone too far. You can’t be seen like this,” Mackinday recalled him saying before he headed to the kitchen to retrieve a knife.

Mackinday, 25, managed to escape out of the back door of her home and went to a neighbor’s house, who called the police. However, Koppenhaver wasn’t arrested until a month after the attack.

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Mackinday and Koppenhaver dated for two years before the attack. In 2013, she quit the adult film industry, telling jurors she thought giving up her career would bring an end to the violence in their relationship.

“I just wanted to make him happy,” she said. “I figured if I stopped doing this, then maybe we wouldn’t fight as much.”

However, Koppenhaver reportedly only grew more violent over time, and Mackinday said he would still slap and choke her and sometimes would take her phone so she wouldn’t be able to contact her mother, who he thought would call the police and report the abuse.