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Again! UFC fighter detains car thief in the United States

A few hours ago, they announced that a fighter from UFC stopped a car thief in USA. Is about Kevin Holland, an extraordinary Mixed Martial Art


A few hours ago, they announced that a fighter from UFC stopped a car thief in USA. Is about Kevin Holland, an extraordinary Mixed Martial Arts fighter. He saw a criminal trying to steal a vehicle, so he did not hesitate to act and subdue him until the police arrive. The images went viral thanks to Ariel Helwani, a journalist specialized in sports.

His last fight

Kevin Holland (21-7 MMA, 8-4 UFC) had a tough cross on Saturday and was knocked out by an unexpected header. Kyle Daukaus knew how to take advantage of that situation and ended up submitting it later, so the judges finally decided to leave the contest as a non-contest, being annulled. However, this battle was practically unfinished because of that, although clearly the fighter is in good shape.

“I do not remember anything. I felt myself fall to the ground and suddenly I felt it on my back. So whatever happens between that, that’s just goodwill and a gift from God. I want to run it again, I want to run it again right now. I want to run it again with anyone who has taken over me, so yes, I want to run it again ”, was what he stated. Holland after the fight canceled.

Also, retired referee John McCarthy added: “The really revealing part was that you don’t know what the referee sees. So I’m looking at it and I think, the one you should have seen. Based on where you were, the position he was in, and the way Kevin fell when they parted. First he went straight ahead, he was outside. When he hit the ground, he woke up. It was like getting punched. “

“He got hit on the jaw, it wasn’t like it was his forehead or anything like that, and it broke his head. He was in no way prepared for that and that puzzled him. But the revealing part was when Dan said, ‘I saw it, but I ran in and then he started fighting. This is where everyone, everyone, MMA referees make mistakes. This is not, ‘Oh, he’s fighting, let him go,’ ”the former referee closed.

Kevin Holland and thief. (Photo: Instagram).