UFC on FX 5: Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva vs. Travis Browne fight video

Check out the main event of UFC on FX 5 with Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva vs. Travis Browne fight video highlights, presented by FOX Sports. Silva and Browne met on October 5, 2012 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in a match-up of rising heavyweight contenders.

In search of an elusive first UFC victory, Silva capitalized on an injury to Browne to seize a vicious knockout win. Catch the video highlights below.

Check out more on Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva vs. Travis Browne with play-by-play from MMA Fighting, SB Nation's home for mixed martial arts.

Round 1: Both fighters open orthodox and Browne misses right away with an overhand right as well as several other wild kicks. Silva lands an outside leg kick, but not with a ton of authority. Silva presses Browne into the fence, but eats a knee to the midsection in the process. Now the two are clinched along the fence jockeying for position and Browne nearly overhooks the cage to avoid a takedown. The UFC commentators note something appears awkward about Browne's left knee and he's off balance as he throws strikes. Browne eats a monster right hand from Silva and collapses. The Brazilian follows up and Herb Dean has no choice but to step in.

UFC on FX 5 results: Antonio Silva def. Travis Browne via TKO (strikes, ref stoppage) at 3:27 of round 1

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