Roger Huerta’s 9 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Roger Huerta is an American professional Mixed Martial Artist who is currently signed to the Bellator MMA where he competes as a Lightweight. He has won 24 of the 38 professional matches that he has played and has also fought in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and ONE Championship. Roger has many interesting tattoos on his body. Let us take a look at them and the meanings behind them.

Roger Huerta

1. Neck Tattoo

Tattoo: The front of his neck contains a tattoo of a green deity on it. The sides of his neck are also covered in tattoos.

2. Floral Tattoo

Tattoo: The right side of the fighter’s body contains a tattoo of floral stems on it done in red ink.

3. Words Tattoo

Tattoo: The right side of his body contains the Latin words, “IO COLLINUS TUTORIS” tattooed on it vertically in between his floral tattoo.

4. ‘Forearm’ Tattoo

Tattoo: The upper side of his left forearm contains a few lines tattoos of words on it.

5. ‘Lizard’ Tattoo

Tattoo: Roger later got a lizard tattooed over the words on his right forearm.

6. Eye Tattoo

Tattoo: There is a tattoo of a blue eye on his right shoulder with leaves tattooed behind the eye.

7. ‘Dragon’ Tattoo

Tattoo: The left forearm of the fighter contains a tattoo of a dragon that is wrapped around his forearm.

8. ‘Circle’ Tattoo

Tattoo: The lower side of his right forearm contains a tattoo of a few Thai words tattooed inside a red circle. There are two more symbols tattooed on either side of the circle. The tattoo design was inspired by a Sak Yant tattoo.

9. ‘Geometric and Lines’ Tattoo

Tattoo: The right side of Huerta’s chest is covered in a pattern of dark and light hexagons that work around his eye and floral tattoo to complete his chest. The left side of his chest and upper arm is covered in black ink with red leafy lines coming in a definite pattern and covering his chest.

Meaning: He got the tattoo of the floral lines on the left side of his chest to cover up the huge tribal tattoo that he used to have and grew out of.

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