UFC’s Kevin Holland tracked and held down an alleged carjacker till police arrived on the scene on Monday in Texas. 

The MMA star spoke to TMZ Sports concerning the incident, which he stated passed off in his neighborhood after he seen a person making an attempt to steal a automobile.

Kevin Holland (blue gloves) defeats Anthony Hernandez (red gloves) during UFC on ESPN at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.

Kevin Holland (blue gloves) defeats Anthony Hernandez (purple gloves) throughout UFC on ESPN at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.
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Holland detailed the chase and at one level stated that the alleged carjacker tried to run him over when he tried to confront him. After the suspect crashed right into a trailer, Holland stated that he adopted him and kicked his legs to knock him down. He ultimately jumped on him and held him down.

On Saturday, Holland was part of a wild ending at UFC Fight Night in a matchup in opposition to Kyle Daukaus. Less than three minutes into the struggle, Holland and Daukaus by chance bumped heads, which knocked Holland out for a brief time period.

Kevin Holland (blue gloves) fights Anthony Hernandez (red gloves) during UFC on ESPN at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.

Kevin Holland (blue gloves) fights Anthony Hernandez (purple gloves) throughout UFC on ESPN at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.
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After Holland regained consciousness, Daukaus acquired him in a chokehold and compelled him to faucet out. The struggle was ultimately declared a no-contest by referee Dan Miragliotta, Herb Dean, the Nevada Athletic Commission and UFC officers.

Kevin Holland (red gloves) fights Gerald Meerschaert (blue gloves) during UFC Fight Night at Wells Fargo Arena. Holland won the fight.

Kevin Holland (purple gloves) fights Gerald Meerschaert (blue gloves) throughout UFC Fight Night at Wells Fargo Arena. Holland gained the struggle.
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Holland’s citizen’s arrest might presumably be acknowledged by native legislation enforcement.