UFC on FOX 11 'Fight Motion' video: Watch 'Werdum vs. Browne' highlights in super slow motion

UFC on FOX 11: "Werdum vs. Browne" had several moments that are best viewed in super-slow motion. Check them out in the "Fight Motion" video -- also known as the "Phantom Cam" -- above.

Travis Browne has a beard.

I mean aside from the scraggly Brillo pad hanging from his mandible, as evidenced by some of the phantom cam Fight Motion video highlights replayed in super-slow motion. There is a point toward the end of the video when "Hapa" takes four punches right to the kisser and eats them like a bowl of poi.

But toughness wasn't enough to overcome the attack of Fabricio Werdum, and it left him with a couple of broken bones.

Elsewhere on the card, Donald Cerrone was getting knocked around by Edson Barboza, until the jab of doom landed flush (watch it above) and gave "Cowboy" a chance to sneak in a submission (which paid dividends). In addition, Miesha Tate pushed around Liz Carmouche for three rounds (sort of) while Khabib Nurmagomedov out-grappled Pat Healy.

If you can't watch the video, then be sure to check out our UFC on FOX 11 results and live play-by-play for "Werdum vs. Browne" right here. Recaps, highlights, reactions and more can be found here.

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