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Roger Huerta Seeks to Come Back in Action

Written on May 25, 2011 by Alvin Guerro

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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?

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Huerta: Suffering from Broken Orbital Bones

Written on November 03, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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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.

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Good and Askren: Battle of the Undefeated for Bellator 33

Written on September 30, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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These two main are truly undefeated. Both Good and Askren are all the time victorious whether it is a small or big fight. Let's see who remains undefeated and who goes home with a slash on his record.

The undefeated Bellator Fighting Championships welterweight champion Lyman Good (10-0 MMA, 3-0 BFC) is here to cunquer the stage. This will mark the return to action for the first time after his claiming victory on June 2009. Facing two season tourney winner Ben Askren (6-0 MMA, 3-0 BFC).

It is formally announced today by Bellator officers. Good and Askren will cross paths on the main card of Bellator 33. It will take place on October 21 at Temple University’s Liacouras Center in Philadelphia.

The event is headlined by a non-title bout between champ Eddie Alvarez and UFC veteran Roger Huerta. It will air on FOX Sports Net.

“Lyman dominated season one and Ben dominated season two,” Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney stated in today’s release. “This is a great welterweight championship fight between two world-class undefeated welterweights.”

The titlle fight is Good’s first fight since his success in 2009. He meets fellow undefeated Askren who found success in MMA as well.

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Roger Huerta Replaces Pat Curran on Bellator 33

Written on August 14, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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Roger Huerta will replace Pat Curran and face Eddie Alvarez on Bellator 33 as he redeems his reputation on the octagon.

Roger Huerta, who was once caught on a streetfight is now really on the good side of the octagon.

This season’s Bellator 33, Roger Huerta, (21-4-1 MMA, 1-1 BFC) will fight Eddie Alvarez (20-2 MMA, 4-0 BFC) in replacement of Pat Curran (12-3 MMA, 3-0 BFC). Curran was injured and couldn’t make into the fight. The event will be on October 21. However, it is just a 3-round no title fight.

FOX Sports Net will televise the event that will take place at the Kansas City Power and Light Dist. Missouri.

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Cops are Investigating on Huerta’s case

Written on August 08, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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Police investigation kick off to solve the Huerta street brawl accident.

We’ve learned that the Austin Police Department has seen the footage of the ex-Superstar Huerta has done to the man whom he had beaten on a street fight last Saturday. There is an open investigation for the matter.

There is news circulating that cops wanted an interview on all who had seen the actual street fight. They wanted several interviews including the man that Huerta had knocked out.

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Roger Huerta: Streetfighter Caught on Cam

Written on August 05, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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Gossip site TMZ caught on tape former UFC star Roger Huerta involved in a brawl.

Former UFC star Roger Huerta was caught on cam on a major street fight. He knocked out a man outside a bar in Austin, Texas Saturday morning. This was reported by TMZ, which also provided a video of the incident.

Huerta, 27, knocked out the attacker after having to witness the latter beating a woman. Huerta’s companion called him out as an effort to stop the former superstar. But Huerta didn’t find time to be stopped. He launched on the attacker leaving him helpless on ground.

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