James Te Huna broke his hand and foot in 1st round against Beltran

source: mmaweekly.com
 

After winning a decisive unanimous decision victory over Joey Beltran at UFC on Fuel TV 4, James Te Huna left the Octagon with a broken hand and a broken foot, albeit also with the Fight of the Night bonus to soften the blow.

It took until Te Huna went back to his corner following the opening round to realize that halfway through the opening stanza he had broken both his hand and his foot.

“I think it was halfway through the first round,” Te Huna said at the post-fight press conference.  “I noticed it towards the end of the first and then in the second or third I felt a bit of it every time I stepped on my foot or used that jab.”

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Sal Penis site profile image  

7/12/12 6:11 PM by Sal Penis

One of the best fights i have ever seen. Badass boxing.

swany site profile image  

7/12/12 6:06 PM by swany

Tough dude , hopefully he can get a higher profile fight against someone like Forrest just to see how he goes

ranier wolfcastle site profile image  

7/12/12 12:09 PM by ranier wolfcastle

 that explains the takedowns good work

Sudo21 site profile image  

7/12/12 11:40 AM by Sudo21

Te Huna is beast. Would love to see him against Forrest next.

UGCTT_Suess site profile image  

7/12/12 11:22 AM by UGCTT_Suess

 that's awesome.  

NorthFromHere site profile image  

7/12/12 11:20 AM by NorthFromHere

One tough Kiwi

Fred Ettish the Alternate site profile image  

7/12/12 10:51 AM by Fred Ettish the Alternate

Now that's a warrior. Was wondering what was up with his takedowns.

mijo site profile image  

7/12/12 10:13 AM by mijo

Te Huna and Beltran fought great, but I thought something with Te Huna, because he is not a takedown type of guy. They deserved FOTN.

Calavaro site profile image  

7/12/12 10:11 AM by Calavaro

...and still ended up with 126 significant strikes, the second most in UFC light heavyweight history.Combined with Beltran's 88 significant strikes and it was a new light heavyweight record.Worthy fight for sure. Even Dana White stood up and clapped his hands off at the final bell.



 

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