VIDEO: Kevin Holland Likely Snaps Opponent’s Arm After He Refuses To Tap At UFC 302, MMA Fans React

Entering UFC 302 off back-to-back losses, Kevin Holland got a much-needed victory and did it in gruesome fashion.

Holland took on Michal Oleksiejczuk as part of the event’s pay-per-view card. Holland found himself in trouble in the first round, getting dropped by a left hand.

However, he recovered enough to throw up his guard and get into a triangle position, eventually getting his legs around one of Oleksiejczuk’s arms. With Oleksiejczuk not tapping, Holland continued to apply pressure until he appeared to break the arm.

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Referee Herb Dean would eventually call the fight, much to the dismay of Oleksiejczuk.

Kevin Holland Likely Breaks Opponent Michal Oleksiejczuk’s Arm At UFC 302

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Holland is now 3-2 in his last five fights, with additional wins over Michael Chiesa and Santiago Ponzinibbio. He entered tonight off back-to-back losses against Jack Della Maddalena and Michael “Venom” Page.

Oleksiejczuk has now lost three of his last four.

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