UFC on Fuel 7: Watch James Te Huna's Men in Black-Inspired Walk-Out

Steven Rondina@srondinaFeatured ColumnistFebruary 16, 2013

Dana White isn't always big on flashy walk-outs, but the fans still love 'em. Whether it's Jason "Mayhem" Miller or Tom Lawlor, it's hard not to get a bit more excited by a big entrance.

James Te Huna scored himself more than a few new fans by entering the Octagon for UFC on Fuel TV 7 with a well-rehearsed, well-scripted dance inspired by the Men in Black movie series.

Te Huna fought against Canadian Ryan Jimmo. Jimmo used his effective, distance-focused skill set to take the MFC belt, but used his heavy hands to earn one of the fastest UFC knockouts ever last year, beating Anthony Perosh in just seven seconds.

Jimmo rocked Te Huna early with a big head kick, but punched himself out. Te Huna would take advantage, outworking Jimmo en route to a unanimous-decision victory. 

While the fight itself was solid, it was Te Huna's entrance that people will remember most. Twitter erupted over the reveal, and the UFC actually took the rare step to post Te Huna's entrance for all to see (which, obviously, you can see above).

The UFC on Fuel TV 7 card is still on-going, so make sure to check out the main event, an interim bantamweight title fight between Renan Barao and Michael McDonald. Also, make sure to stick with Bleacher Report for all the breaking news on the UFC.

To read my "What We Learned" article on the fight itself, click here.

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