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8/31/10 6:03 PM
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Roger Huerta on street fight: 'I would do it again, I have no regrets'

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Roger Huerta discusses what went down on TMZ Live after he saw Rashad Bobino coldcock a helpless woman in the streets of Ausitn, Texas:

"I approached the man and said, "You don't do that. You don't hit a woman." The video doesn't show what happened next, but he said, "F--- you. I'll knock any b---- out I want." The tape also doesn't show that he swung at me two or three times right after that. All you see is me bouncing up and down. He has already swung at me at that point. Then the guy takes off running. I chased him down and you saw what else happened... I can't talk about what exactly happened because it's a legal metter... If the same thing occurred, I would do it all over again. I have no regrets."

Earlier this month, former UFC lightweight and current Bellator fighter Roger Huerta reached a whole new level of stardom thanks to a video of him stomping out a wannabe tough guy who inexplicably sucker punched a woman outside of an Austin, Texas bar. The story has been well documented, and while it earned "El Matador" heaps of respect from just about every person on the planet, it also potentially brought upon some unwanted legal issues. Huerta returned to the scene of the crime, not Austin, but TMZ, to talk about the famed incident. He says he has no regrets. Should he?


8/31/10 6:06 PM
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Yup dont even need boxing no more

MMA >>>
8/31/10 6:07 PM
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No, he shouldn't. Especially if it transpired the way he says where the other guy swung at him first
8/31/10 6:07 PM
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huerta had the confidence to fight anywhere he wanted. Cant get that in boxing.
8/31/10 6:47 PM
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 Hope he doesn't get busted for that. Good enough lawyers can twist this anyway they want and put him in jail. 
8/31/10 6:51 PM
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EvilEye - Good enough lawyers can also keep him out of jail.

 Hopefully he has some good ones.
8/31/10 6:54 PM
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I'm glad he has no regrets but he needs to be smarter and not be so honest to the media. I also hope he has good lawyers.
8/31/10 7:18 PM
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Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.
8/31/10 7:26 PM
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Squared Circle - Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.


Well played sir. Any bites?
8/31/10 9:52 PM
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Squared Circle - Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.


Oh ok, you mean the Don Fry who was shit face drunk? Because that makes sense...
8/31/10 9:55 PM
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yup
8/31/10 10:58 PM
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Squared Circle - Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.


Lmao, bet u cried alot on Sat. night didn't you. Try and save face the best u can.
8/31/10 11:10 PM
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I'm sure either Dana or Lorenzo or Harvey will hook him up if he needs to borrow a lawyer.
8/31/10 11:21 PM
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Squared Circle - Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.


Lmao, bet u cried alot on Sat. night didn't you. Try and save face the best u can.


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9/1/10 12:15 AM
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Squared Circle - Huerta's lucky the other guy wasn't a boxer, or he'd have gotten murked like Don Frye did against Sonny Westbrook.  MMA is alright, but boxing rules the streets.


Oh ok, you mean the Don Fry who was shit face drunk? Because that makes sense...

 Roger Huerta's opponent was also drunk.
9/1/10 12:32 AM
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Note to Toney, get Randy drunk first.... Phone Post
9/1/10 10:33 AM
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I believe Rashad Bobino was a Linebacker at UT.
9/1/10 10:35 AM
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Huerta is good people.
9/1/10 10:41 AM
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BuddyRevell -
EvilEye - Good enough lawyers can also keep him out of jail.

Hopefully he has some good ones.


He does. His name is Mark Mueller out of Austin.

GaymidaGaydan - Huerta is good people.


He is. We get a chance to run into him from time to time here in Austin at some of the local hot spots. You would think this guy would walk around with a chip on his shoulder but he doesn't. We always drop by to say HI and chat for a few then bounce, he usually has HOT CHICKS around him and his crew ALL THE TIME.

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