James Te-Huna turned heads at UFC on FUEL TV from England in February. Rather than the typical fierce walkout, Te-Huna had his crew perform a dance routine inspired by the “Men in Black” movies.
“The walkout was really for me – I had some problems going on through camp,” said Te Huna to MMA Junkie. “When you walk out to the cage, it’s daunting and you’re a nervous wreck and that just took it right out of me. I was having fun and enjoyed it and it got my mind clear.”
That clarity helped, as Te-Huna earned the win over Ryan Jimmo. Of Te-Huna’s last four wins, two haven’t escaped the first round.
Te-Huna returns today, at UFC 160, when he takes on Glover Teixeira. As for Teixeira, he has over a dozen straight wins, with the last three coming out of the UFC.
UFC 160 comes from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.