Snapshot of the Day: Jason MacDonald Leg Break

Jason Macdonald on twitter:
"Broken tibia and fibia and dislocated ankle! Surgery tomorrow night....."
Joe Rogan on the UG:
"MacDonald was trying to stop the takedown and his leg got caught under him as he fell backwards. It was nasty. He knew it was broken immediately and called the ref over while he was on the bottom in side control with his leg up in the air and his ankle looking nasty."
Plus a picture of Patrick Cote's broken hand after the jump.

HT: photo via Esther Lin, mmafighting.com

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HT: photo via examiner.com
Patrick Cote's broken hand after his fight against Alan Belcher.

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