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Aussie Rules Football Player Takes Brutal Knee to The Head From His Teammate

Brant Colledge and Scott Lycett both play for the East Perth Royals, so Colledge was probably surprised when his own teammates delivered a massive knee-to-head hit on him in a recent Aussie rules match.

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Colledge, who is just 19 years-old, gets absolutely demolished and was rushed to a local hospital. In the end, he walked away with a concussion and a cut under the eye. While we all know concussions are serious business, one look at the video shows things could have been much, much worse.

This is is a monumental hit even by the standards of a sport as violent as Austrailian rules football.

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