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UFC Vegas 29 video: Bruno Silva finishes Wellington Turman with vicious ground and pound knockout

It’s been a long time coming but Bruno Silva finally made his octagon debut on Saturday night and the Brazilian certainly made the most of the opportunity. After almost three years away from the sport, Silva returned at UFC Vegas 29 and he put away Wellington Turman with a vicious series of punches on the ground to earn a jaw-dropping knockout at just 4:45 in the first round.
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