Pic: X-ray of Travis Browne's broken hand following UFC on FOX 11 loss to Fabricio Werdum

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Travis Browne's grappling coach, Ricky Lundell, has taken to Twitter to prove that "Hapa" did, in fact, break his hand at UFC on FOX 11.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Travis Browne broke his hand in his 265-pound battle against Fabricio Werdum in the main event of UFC on FOX 11, which took place last Saturday night (April 19, 2014) inside the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

His grappling coach, Ricky Lundell, posted a photo of "Hapa's" X-ray on Twitter.

Browne lost a unanimous decision to "Vai Cavalo" after five rounds of action. Despite a strong start, the Hawaiian was unable to overcome injuries suffered in his grueling 25-minute affair, and will now head to the back of the contender's line. Watch video highlights of their fight right here.

Lundell also provided a photo update of his star student on Twitter:

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Browne also suffered a broken nose and a cut above his right eye and has been suspended for 90 days. See all of the UFC on FOX 11 injuries and medical suspensions here.

For more on UFC on FOX 11, including results, recaps, videos, play-by-play and more, check out our live "Werdum vs. Browne" story stream by clicking here.

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