The trendiest thing in Japan is to inject saline in your forehead while depressing the point-of-injection with a finger. It temporarily creates a doughnut-like deformation on one's forehead and apparently makes you the hottest thing among people that like to take pictures of strange things and post them on the internet. I have no explanation for this trend other than just typing 'Japan' and referring to the fact that they created Mechagodzilla. Those guys can get away with anything. Who else could sell a concept of two Italian plumbers using giant green tubes to warp through the fabric of time and space only to use raccoon feathers to save the life of a princess from a giant, fire breathing turtle? You can take all the salvia in the known universe and still not develop a story as cooky as that.
Now that this is the second broken leg we've seen originate from Poland since MiddleEasy has been in existence, we sort of believe this is the new cosmetic trend sweeping the country. Last weekend at Fighters Arena 8 in Poland, Finland's Toni Valtonen was fighting Michael Kita. As Kita went for a low leg kick, he shin literally snapped, forcing him to fall to the ground in agony. Check out the video of the gruesome event and props to MMAnews.pl for the find. You can check out more pictures of the shin break here.