Sir Roger Huerta: Bellator Knight Should Be Praised For His Actions

Geremy GrahamCorrespondent IAugust 5, 2010

Protecting your family and friends is a cardinal rule in the minds of every male out there.

If you see your father or best friend being physically harmed, it's in every male's nature to react with physical force to protect their beloved ones.

But there's one rule that is even more sensitive to some males—never hit a female under any circumstances.

Chivalry is one of the most important ideas of society that needs to be administered in certain situations, or even better, enforced.

Some males need to be reminded how to treat a lady.

Roger Huerta did just that.

At around 2:00 AM outside of a bar in Austin, Texas, a woman was blindsided by a man after a scuffle broke out in a group of people.

There was only one man who reacted appropriately, Roger Huerta.

The UFC veteran and current lightweight Bellator Fighter immediately confronted the man and said, "You just punched a ****ing girl!"

After that, the man who sucker punched the woman decided to go toe to toe with Roger, which proved to be a bad decision.

In the video, there isn't much seen after that except Roger chasing down the man and a final kick seen landed by Roger.

The male who assaulted the female is down for the count, bloodied from the beat-down by Huerta.

The question arises, will Roger Huerta have charges filed against him for this act?

If society agrees with UFC President, Dana White, then the man deserved what he got and no charges should be filed.

White told TMZ, the show that originally caught the footage of the street fight involving Huerta, "In no way do I condone street fighting, but when a guy puts his hands on a woman, he deserves to be knocked the **** out. Good for Roger."

White couldn't have said it better. If a man truly feels that an action such as the one caught on video is appropriate toward a woman, he deserves all that is coming to him.

It just so happens that he ran into "El Matador," one of the other nicknames for the UFC veteran, who decided to teach him a lesson.

Who can blame him?

I can say, if I was Roger, I would have done the same thing.

In no way, shape, or form, should that kind of action go unpunished.

He did the right thing, and if anything, people should applaud Roger Huerta for his chivalrous actions.

Sir Galahad would have.

Maybe his new nickname should be "Sir Roger the Enforcer," or "Sir Roger the Chivalrous," but either way, well played, Sir Roger, well played.

One lesson we can all learn from this incident: Make sure Roger Huerta isn't around before you decide to sucker punch a woman.

Here is the video  of the incident, originally caught on tape by