James Te Huna and the Most Memorable Entrances in MMA History

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James Te Huna and the Most Memorable Entrances in MMA History
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UFC light heavyweight James Te Huna showed a huge amount of courage Saturday in coming back from the brink of defeat to beat Ryan Jimmo by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel 7 at Wembley Arena, London.

However, it is not his comeback victory that is being talked about, but his entrance. As the 205-pound man from New Zealand made his way to the octagon, fans were surprised to see that a man who was about to do battle in the cage was dressed in a full black suit.

The music was instantly recognisable as the theme tune from the movie Men in Black, and was accompanied by Te Huna and his coaches doing the famous Men in Black dance.

UFC President Dana White is not keen on flashy entrances, so the decision was a brave one from Te Huna. However, the 10,349 fans in attendance enjoyed the extra effort.

Te Huna's entrance will now take its place among the most memorable in MMA history. Here are some of the others.

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