"I just don’t think that it's right to hit a woman. I approached the man calmly and said, 'Do you know what you just did? You just knocked out this girl.' [He responds] 'F*ck you, f*ck these bitches, I'll knock out any f*ckin' bitch that I wanna f*ckin' knock out, I’ll knock your f*cking bitch ass out.' ... As he's saying this, he's taking off his shirt ... and at that point I was like, alright ... I got the better of him and I left. If that was my mom, if that was my sister, my spouse, anyone … I would’ve wanted someone to step in and do something about it.”
UFC and Bellator veteran Roger Huerta doesn't deny his participation in a little street justice dished out last weekend in Austin, Texas, but insists he wasn't throwing punches until the would-be thug threw some hands of his own. Not much can be seen in the aftermath of the fracas, but Huerta seems to be owning up to his involvement. As for the "American History X" coup de grâce? Well, that seems like it could now be up for debate. Regardless, do the actions of "El Matador" make him a hero or vigilante? See the video in question here.