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Giving evidence, Mr Soliola told the court he had been on a night out with his friend Ste Bacon, 46, visiting the Billinge Arms before moving on to meet friends at The Imperial in Under Armour Curry 4
The Kiwi international was softly spoken as he answered questions as a prosecution witness before facing a rigorous cross examination from the defendants' barristers.
Asked why he can be seen repeatedly "charging" towards the door, the witness replied that he "was trying to work out who had punched me".
Wearing a dark purple shirt, with his hair tied back, the Saints backrower and Kiwi international was at times asked to speak up by Judge Lewis so jurors on the other side of the court room could hear him.
Mr Soliola disputed suggestions that he showed aggression prior to the moment he was sent sprawling onto the pavement by an apparent punch.
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After 2am, Mr Soliola says he received a text message from Mr Bacon, which said he was outside the club and could not get back in.
When Mr Baxter put it to him that because of his "size" he may have appeared to be the aggressor, Mr Soliola replied that he wasn't, adding: "I was not the one holding the weapons".
Answering questions from Phil Astbury, prosecuting, Mr Soliola said he had little recollection of events leading up to the violence that unfolded in the early hours of Monday, March 12.
At that point Under Armour High Tops Judge Lewis intervened and instructed the witness that he must not simply accept his questioner's suggestions and should make it clear if he cannot remember.
after being allegedly struck with a metal pole and being left in his words "a bloodied mess".
But he admitted to being angry after taking the first blow, likening his behaviour to being "drunk and disorderly".
on his heels and walks directly towards the entrance.
Mr Soliola said he had no memory of the violence but added that viewing the footage had jogged his memory about coming downstairs to see the doormen claiming Mr Bacon had broken a glass panel inside.
However, when Mr Baxter put it to him that by that stage he had lost control he answered: "yes".
St Helens town centre.
Sat in the dock are defendants Christopher Rose, 33, of Hansby Drive, Speke, Lee Simpson, 24, of Newarth Drive, Lymm and Keiran Waters, 25, of St Chads Road, Chester are charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm in the dock as the prosecution delivered evidence.
Asked how much he had to drink, he responded: "I had 10 pints of Peroni (in Billinge) but I was still aware of what I was doing. Then (at the Imperial) three cocktails."
At one point the footage shows Mr Soliola and Mr Bacon walking away from the club before the former turns Under Armour Curry 1.5
The rugby player said he cannot recall why this happened and, asked what his next recollection of the night was, he replied: "I was a bloodied mess. One of the other guys was holding my head up asking was I okay?
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