UFC 168 Phantom Cam video: Watch graphic 'Weidman vs. Silva 2' highlights in super-slow motion

UFC 168 had some moments that are best viewed in super-slow motion. Fortunately, Anderson Silva's splintered shin isn't one of them.

UFC 168: "Weidman vs. Silva 2" blew the roof off the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, back on Sat., Dec. 28, 2013, featuring a main event that ended with Chris Weidman retaining his middleweight championship after a second consecutive victory over Anderson Silva.

And he had a little help from a severely broken leg.

The co-headlining attraction saw women's 135-pound champion Ronda Rousey do what she does best, submit Miesha Tate with her trademark armbar in the third round of their bantamweight championship battle (watch it).

The other three main card bouts saw Travis Browne viciously knock out Josh Barnett with a series of hard elbows, Jim Miller submit Fabricio Camoes in lightweight action, and Dustin Poirier finish off Diego Brandao (full results here).

Even if you watched the card live, you'll probably want to check out the FOX "Phantom Cam."

It replays key highlights from last weekend's mixed martial arts (MMA) extravaganza in super-slow motion, giving fans a chance to see what really happens when some of those vicious blows find their marks. Were you surprised at how many shots landed for "Cupcake?"

For more post-fight videos from UFC 168 click here.

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