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Pic: Fan Tells Anderson Silva To 'Break A Leg' On Twitter ... Then It Happens

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I'd like to introduce you to the most hated man in Brazil. No, it's not Chael Sonnen, but rather Aussie actor Tim Reuben, who was using the well-known theater idiom "break a leg" -- which means "good luck" -- to wish Anderson Silva well prior to his UFC 168 title fight last weekend in Las Vegas (results). Unfortunately for the "Pants Guy," Silva took it literally, snapping his leg in two after Chris Weidman checked his kick in the "Weidman vs. Silva 2" main event (see the grisly photos here). Judging by the responses Reuben has been getting on Twitter, I think it's safe to say he won't be spending any vacations in Rio for the foreseeable future.

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