Kevin Holland defeated Joaquin Buckley with a single punch in the first half, then re-played to close his performance at UFC Vegas 6.
A straight right-hand shot sent Buckley’s shot furiously flying and his body flew to the canvas, prompting referee Mark Smith to punish more when the UFC rookie covered at the 3:14 mark of the opening frame. .
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Holland showed no signs of stress after the UFC Vegas 5 match was canceled at his last second against Trevin Giles. While the chubby Buckley threw each punch into the fence, he calmly responded with punches and kicks. Holland said a head kick caught him early, forcing him to take more care of his defense.
Sometimes, Holland̵7;s lips have more movement than he does body when he attacks his opponent with words. With great vigilance, he could barely avoid the bombs flying towards him.
Then, at once, he brought Buckley to the painting with his right-hand timer to approach. The first time it landed, Buckley got up and continued to fire. Second, the damage has been done.
“If I could go a lot faster, I would, but he was short, so it was difficult to find what I wanted to find in him,” a Holland commentator coldly told UFC commentator. Paul Felder after the match.
The Netherlands have now won the back-to-back matches following a 39-second clearance by Anthony Hernandez in his previous game. Buckley, who just a week earlier had won a major knockout win in the LFA, saw a two-match win staged.