By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Kevin Holland has a fight on his hands with Tim Means on Saturday. He was not worried about his UFC Fight opponent.
Instead, Holland — who has stopped crime in the past — helped in stopping a thief on Friday. This happened less than 24 hours before his fight.
His manager Oren Hodak claims that the 29-year-old combat fighter stopped a perfume thief. Holland chased down the individual.
Hodak told MMAFighting.com that he was unsure if the thief was arrested. However, Holland brought back several bottles of perfumes, the report claims.
“Oren booked the wrong reservations, so we’re just sitting out here with nothing to do,” Holland said in a video shot by Hodak forwarded to MMA Fighting. “We had got some water from the liquor and wine spot with coach, next thing you know, we see some guy running down the street – next thing you know, we see some guy running down the street. So we opened up our cardio, chased the crackhead.”
This is the fourth known time that Holland has stopped a crime.
Holland is in the co-main event at the Moody Canter in Austin, Texas. He brings a 22-7 mark into the fight.
Means has a 32-12-1 record.
“You’ve got to be careful what you ask for,” he joked after saying he idolized superheroes as a child. “You ask for certain things and they start to happen and you wonder why these things are happening — you’ve got to be careful what you ask for.”© 2007-2022 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.