Chris Weidman would be a very odd person receiving karma at UFC 261. Weidman used to be the UFC Middleweight Champion, beating Anderson Silva and ending probably the most storied championship reigns in UFC history. Once they rematched at UFC 168, Silva would shatter his leg after Weidman checked a leg kick.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adExactly the same became of Weidman at UFC 261 against Uriah Hall. Weidman put a leg kick at Hall for among the first strikes from the contest that was checked by Hall. Weidman endured the very same injuries that Silva faced against him, just the third time that it has happened within the UFC. But his spirits are up and that he shared X-Sun rays from the brutal break on Twitter.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adThese injuries are the rarest in MMA. It’s incredible that Weidman was involved with two three occasions it has happened within the UFC. As they dished the injuries out the very first time, now they know what it’s enjoy being around the receiving finish. You want the previous champion a fast recovery out of this devastating injuries.Chris Weidman: What’s next for that former champion?Chris Weidman was hell-bent on returning to the championship apex within the UFC. As they continues to be lackluster since losing his belt to Luke Rockhold in 2015, he desired to keep showing he still offers quite a bit to provide. He was entering this fight following a make an impression on Omari Akhmedov, with this particular fight putting the champion in place for any top-five opponent next.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adVegas, NEVADA – AUGUST 08: Chris Weidman battles Omari Akhmedov inside a middleweight fight throughout the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on August 08, 2020 in Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC)Alas, we won’t begin to see the Weidman redemption story. This injuries at age 36 can be career-ending. However, we had Anderson Silva return from this after he endured it. The main difference is the fact that Silva won just one of his next seven bouts within the UFC. But he endured the injuries at 38 making coming back.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adAnything can be done for Weidman. However, your competition atop the division is extremely strong and that he isn’t exactly the same marquee draw that Silva was. But when he puts all his hopes into coming back towards the sport in the greatest level, his caliber and pedigree would certainly take.