The UFC has wasted no time placing collectively a rematch between Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus.
After an unintended conflict of heads led to a no contest at UFC Fight Night 193 this previous Saturday, Holland (21-7 MMA, 7-4 UFC) and Daukaus (10-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) have verbally agreed to run it again.
The rematch is anticipated to happen at UFC Fight Night on Nov. 13 on the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Broadcast plans for the cardboard haven’t been introduced.
MMA Junkie confirmed that agreements for the sequel are in place with a number of folks near the scenario following an preliminary report from UFC broadcast accomplice ESPN. The folks requested anonymity as a result of UFC has but to make the combat official.
Holland’s tough run continued with the no contest. After dropping back-to-back primary occasions to Marvin Vettori and Derek Brunson, he took a while off to work on his wrestling, teaming up with former UFC champion Johny Hendricks.
Although Holland confirmed some marked enhancements within the early levels of the combat with Daukaus, every thing obtained derailed when he was badly surprised by the unintended head conflict and subsequently choked out. After the Nevada Athletic Commission reviewed the foul, although, the combat was deemed a no contest.
Daukaus took lacking out on what would’ve been the most important win of his profession in stride. He believed he ought to’ve obtained the win, however stated he was glad to run it again with Holland, doubtless in early 2022. That timeline was clearly expedited, although, as they are going to now combat in simply 5 weeks.
The newest lineup for UFC Fight Night on Nov. 13 consists of:
- Max Holloway vs. Yair Rodriguez
- Jessica Eye vs. Andrea Lee
- Marcos Rogerio de Lima vs. Ben Rothwell
- Philipe Lins vs. Ovince Saint Preux
- Tucker Lutz vs. Lando Vannata
- Leah Letson vs. Felicia Spencer
- Collin Anglin vs. Sean Woodson
- Jailton Almeida vs. Danilo Marques
- Julio Arce vs. Song Yadong
- Joel Alvarez vs. Thiago Moises
- Kyle Daukaus vs. Kevin Holland