Silva Breaks Leg on Weidman in Historical UFC Bout

Silva broken leg UFC 168 just concluded with overconfident bastard Anderson Silva breaking his leg after an attempted kick on Chris Weidman in their much-anticipated rematch.

Miesha Tate also made history by taking Ronda Rousey to the third round.

Sad day for Taterade drinkers, she still lost to a vicious armbar after squirming out of several dangerous ground situations like Houdini, but with braids and a shovelface.

Back to Silva… During the second round, Silva raised his leg in an attempt to thwack Weidman, which seemed like nothing until he fell on the ground screaming and a replay showed his leg completely bending away from his ankle.

It is unlikely that Silva will ever fight again, as the recovery rate on this kind of injury is zilch point one.


Anderson Silva broken leg

One thought on “Silva Breaks Leg on Weidman in Historical UFC Bout

  1. Tragic headline fights. Checked leg kicks are always a stressful instance for exactly that reason, I genuinely hate to see Silva go out like that.

    As for Tate vs. Rousey.. buhh. Suck. Can’t deny Ronda’s talent but would have loved to see Meisha even the score.

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