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    Hill's Leg Break: UFC Fight For the Troops, Caution

    This is not for the sqeamish. I hope he can recover from this and fight again.

    http://thegarv.com/2008/12/11/joe-ro...lls-leg-break/

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    Damn...That must of hurt...OUCH...
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    Definitely not for the squeamish...That was SICK! Legs are not supposed to flop around like that... Holy cow...

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    Yowtch...I have never seen something like that before. Hope he won't have any lasting injuries after it heals.

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    Looks like play-doh.
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    What a night for injuries....it looked like a dislocated elbow occurred earlier in the night when the guy wouldn't tap out of the arm bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray8285 View Post
    What a night for injuries....it looked like a dislocated elbow occurred earlier in the night when the guy wouldn't tap out of the arm bar.
    Very true, although I think the victor in the fight you refer to was very unsportsmanlike after his victory. He said that he had always wanted to break someone's arm, and he was running around yelling " I broke it"

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddib View Post
    Very true, although I think the victor in the fight you refer to was very unsportsmanlike after his victory. He said that he had always wanted to break someone's arm, and he was running around yelling " I broke it"
    That was pretty bad. I'd say the UFC LHW division just got a little tougher.

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    I was watching some of that last night. Man.. one guy got knocked down with a single blow just outta no where (be more specific right??)

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    That happens a lot in UFC Taylor, just knocking out with one blow out of no where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night383 View Post
    Yowtch...I have never seen something like that before. Hope he won't have any lasting injuries after it heals.
    I broke my tib and fib in exactly the same spot; same leg during SWAT training. Like Cory Hill, I didn't realize it was broken, until I tried to stand on it. I must have been in shock, because the real pain didn't start until those dang medics started banging me around in the back of the bus.

    Although he hasn't been the same since his accident, Frank Mir came back to MMA after a much more horrific leg injury.
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    The video doesnt work anymore. This one should though. The sound is off on the vid, but you can see everything ok still. Its around 6:30.

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    Yea rough night with the injuries, with Hill's leg break and Razack al-Hussan's elbow

    Hassan's elbow dislocation vid

    I took this from a blog:
    Fans nation wide that have basic submission, or human anatomy, understanding reacted something like this: "Nice arm bar, this should be over...wait, he isn't tapping...oh god, oh jesus...what the...AAAAAHHHHH!!! TAP FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!"
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    Brutal! That dude has some tiny legs on him. Looks like it wouldn't take much to snap them in half. Ugh. I hate seeing leg injuries like that, but I can't stop watching. Kind of like a train wreck, I suppose.

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    Some of the comments are pretty funny.

    It's amazing. Being a EMT i have seen many broken legs and messed up bodies.. but seeing it HAPPEN holy ****.




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