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Spanish bullfighter Juan Jose Padilla is carried out of the ring among jubilant crowd scenes on the shoulders of fellow bullfighter Serafin Marin, a honor for the best performers, after a bullfight at the southwestern Spanish town of Olivenza, Sunday, March 4, 2012. Padilla, 38-year-old matador who is also known by his professional name of 'the Cyclone of Jerez', lost sight in one eye and has partial facial paralysis after a terrifying goring returned to the bullring Sunday, five months after his injury.(AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

Spanish bullfighter Juan Jose Padilla is carried out of the ring among jubilant crowd scenes on the shoulders of fellow bullfighter Serafin Marin, a honor for the best performers, after a bullfight at the southwestern Spanish town of Olivenza, Sunday, March 4, 2012. Padilla, 38-year-old matador who is also known by his professional name of 'the Cyclone of Jerez', lost sight in one eye and has partial facial paralysis after a terrifying goring returned to the bullring Sunday, five months after his injury.(AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

Gored Spanish bullfighter makes comeback

March 5, 2012

A Spanish bullfighter who lost sight in one eye and has partial facial paralysis after a terrifying goring returned to the bullring on Mar. 4, five months after his injury.