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[VIDEO] UFC President Dana White Talks About Anderson Silva's Leg Break at UFC 168
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 12.29.2013

UFC President Dana White appeared on the Fox Sports 1 post-fight show for UFC 168 after the event. White talked about the ugly leg injury for Anderson Silva in the main event middleweight title bout on the card and this potentially being Anderson Silva's last fight. Below are some highlights and a video clip:

White on Silva's leg break: "It's crazy, I've only see that happen three times. It's one of those freak things. So his corner told me, that first kick that he checked, his shin cracked and it felt weird, then he broke it on the next kick. He's on his way to the hospital for surgery right now."

White on if Silva can come back from this: "Anything is possible. That could be the end or he could come back. It's very disappointing if that's his last fight. After something like that, you don't ever want to throw another kick like that again. Nobody wants to win like that. It just takes things away from it. I would have never in a million years predicted that happening."

White on Rousey getting booed by the crowd: "She makes no bones about it. She doesn't care what you think about her."


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