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There isn't really a "mistake", it's more of an unfortunate confluence of events. Any site that claims it takes X lbs of pressure to break a bone are sort of misleading. There are differences in bone structure from person to person, and it very much depends on the angle, load, time and other factors. The tibia (shinbone) is sort of prism shaped, ...


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So far, doing a casual check, I've found two cases of MMA fighters breaking their leg on a checked leg kick, and at least two of people having their legs broken by receiving a leg kick, so the record seem reasonably even, not counting the non-fracture results of leg kicks slowing people down, putting them in pain, etc, so I think there might be more of an ...


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