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Despite having too many defeats, Roger Huerta will continue his MMA career after five months or reflecting on his career.
After five months of traveling from different places in Asia to reflect on his life and MMA career, Roger Huerta is back and asking every promotion for any possible fight this summer. The former UFC lightweight fighter was signed out by Bellator recently, and his team headed by Jeff Clark is now working to seek him a fight into any promotion.
Roger Huerta’s last bout was a defeat against Eddie Alvarez by TKO in Bellator 33 last October. This tough loss made the former get a break and evaluate his MMA career. He went to Thailand, Southeast Asia and Australia to find the answer that he is looking for.
Roger Huerta wondered what he really wanted to do, what is the best thing to do in fighting and what are the reason why he incurred many defeats. He insisted that he just want to reevaluate a couple of things and have a chance to. The MMA fighter also mentioned that he is not planning to retire yet.
Will a good fortune come in Roger Huerta’s way after his repose?View Article Source »
The doctor stoppage in Roger Huerta's recent TKO loss at the hands of Eddie Alvarez was questioned by some, but credit the cage-side physician for saving Huerta from further damage. If the doctor did not do that, Huerta might lost his eye-sight.
A Roger Huerta vs Eddie Alvarez fight is anticipated by their fans after the former signed with Bellator promotions. Unfortunately, he suffered an injury forcing him to withdraw from his scheduled title bout with Alvarez. Instead, Huerta accepted a non-title match versus Alvarez in Bellator 33.
It was in the end of the second round that the cage-side doctor checked on Roger Huerta. He was asked how many fingers does the doctor had up. But when Huerta couldn’t answer, the fight was stopped.Read the rest of the article »
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