Following UFC 168 all anyone could talk about is Anderson Silva’s broken leg. For the most part, no one was thinking about the amazing night of fights, how dominate Ronda Rousey looked in her title defense victory over Miesha Tate, the only thing on MMA fans minds was the gruesome injury that ended the main event and may have ended the career of the greatest fighter of all-time.
Only a few days have past, but we have heard a few things, such as Silva already asking when could he train, the answer to that question being in to nine months; as well as the exact injury, being fractures to both the tibia and fibula.
Now, if you wanted to have more in-depth knowledge about the injury and the surgery performed to repair it, you can get that information right here; as Dr. Steven Sanders, the UFC’s orthopedic surgeon, gives a breakdown of Anderson Silva’s surgery after his injury at UFC 168.
Watch Dr. Sanders break it down here: