Ryan Jimmo dropped James Te Huna with this headkick during the first round of their fight at UFC on Fuel 7: Barao vs. McDonald. Somehow, Te Huna survived the kick and the elbows and punches that followed. He went on to win the second and third rounds pretty handily. No judges decided Jimmo had earned a 10-8 round in the first so Te Huna won the unanimous decision. Te Huna is now 5-1 in the UFC. For Jimmo, it was his first loss since his professional debut in 2007.
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Victor Oladipo can sing.
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