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Sydney based UFC Fighter James Te Huna over-came an early knockdown to come-back from the brink of a referee stoppage to defeat Ryan Jimmo at UFC on Fuel TV 7.
UFC on Fuel TV 7 was held at the Wembley Arena in London, England
A brutal head-kick early in the fight by Jimmo sent Te Huna crashing to the canvas, however as Jimmo unloeashed a barrage of punches on the ground Te Huna stayed active enough off his back to not have the fight halted.
Te Huna turned the tide in the second and third rounds, as his superior wrestling got the fight to the ground where Te Huna was able to punish away at Jimmo. In the end the judges awarded the fight to Te Huna 29-27, 29-28 & 29-28 with one judge questionably giving Te Huna a 10-8 round.
UFC on Fuel TV 7 was headlined by Renan Barao who defended his UFC Bantamweight Interim Title by submitting youngster Michael McDonald with an arm-triangle choke in the fourth round.