Travis Browne vs. Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva full fight video highlights

Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Full fight video highlights for the UFC on FX main event between Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva and Travis Browne. Silva won the fight by first round KO.

Travis Browne suffered the first loss of his professional MMA career tonight at UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot when Antonio Silva stopped him with a first round flurry of punches.

Browne appeared to have hurt his knee early in the bout, something he later confirmed, but it was a crushing right hand that dropped Travis to the mat and set up the finish.

Here are the highlights via ESPN:

Here's how we called the action in our live blog:

Travis Browne vs. Bigfoot Silva - Round 1 - Browne throws a big right that is blocked and then a spin kick that misses. Bigfoot with a right hand that lands. Browne with a right hand that doesn't quite get in, Silva misses a right and now Silva pins him to the cage, looking for a takedown. Silva looked like he had it and Browne grabbed the cage to prevent it and now they're at distance. Browne's knee is injured from something. He's throwing kicks at Silva's knee and Silva drills him with a big right and he's down! A few follow ups and the fight is stopped. Browne tried to get up and fell back down. Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva wins by TKO (punches), round 1.

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