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WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: Weidman Remains Champion In One Of The Most Gruesome Endings In UFC History

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KHQ.COM - For those of you who watched the UFC fights Saturday night, you know exactly why we want to warn everyone with squeamish stomachs NOT TO WATCH this video. 

Saturday, December 28th, Chris Weidman took on Anderson Silva to solidify his middleweight championship title in what proved to be one of the most gruesome ends to a fight in UFC history.

Weidman controlled most of the fight and almost KOed Silva in the first round (an ending Silva is now probably wishing had really happened). Unfortunately for Silva, he made it to round two and went for a leg kick.  Weidman blocked the kick with his knee and Silva's leg pretty much broke in half. 

If you dare to watch, here is the replay. 
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