However, he says that if the event were being held somewhere else he wouldn't be fighting. He's got a hurt foot, but is willing to work through it for the chance to fight in what he calls the "birthplace of martial arts."
"I didn't know how fast I was going to recover but I just did everything from ultrasound to blood letting where they draw blood out with cupping. I did that for like three weeks straight. I've kicked a couple of training partners in the head and that hurt but was ok. I'm hoping by fight time I'll be 100%. Definitely if this fight wasn't in Macau, China, even if I was in a main event somewhere else, I'd give myself the right amount of time so my foot could really heal. I feel like martial arts basically started from China and my roots are the Chinese martial arts. This is why I do it. I could just be doing movies, but I love to compete. I love to train martial arts. This is what I love to do. Here's my opportunity. To do it in China, it's awesome.
If you'd like to check out a video of Le's "awful broken foot therapy," which features blood-letting, to heal his mangled foot, click here.
It's not pretty ... consider yourself warned.