Kevin Holland, the active UFC fighter known as "Trailblazer," is eyeing matchups with fighters from Kill Cliff FC and aims to continue his active fighting career. With two victories in 2023, he's open to taking on opponents from the famed gym, offering a polite challenge to anyone willing to step into the Octagon with him.
Kevin "Trailblazer" Holland is making waves in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) with his incredible activity. In 2023 alone, he has already fought twice, securing an impressive knockout victory over Santiago Ponzinibbio at UFC 287 in April, followed by a first-round submission of Michael Chiesa at UFC 291 in July.
"I'm entertaining, they say [Maddalena is] entertaining, and we shall find out. If we're both entertaining, it should make for a great match that night, but, like I said, I'm good with all styles, so I'll be straight," Holland expressed in a recent interview.
Holland is eyeing potential opponents from Kill Cliff FC, previously known as Sanford MMA and located in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This gym is home to elite welterweights like Gilbert Burns, Shavkat Rakhmonov, and Ian Garry. Despite his reputation for trash talk and being called "Big Mouth," Holland was surprisingly polite when extending an offer to fight a representative from Kill Cliff FC.
"Everybody that is over there at Kill Cliff, those are the names I need to go attack… I'm not calling these guys out," Holland clarified. "I'm just simply saying; when the time comes and nobody wants to step up and fight you guys… Christmas time is coming up, Thanksgiving is coming up, New Year's is coming, and you want to put some more bacon in your pockets. That's what I'm here for."
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