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Joaquin Buckley Dismisses Rematch with Kevin Holland After Atlantic City Victory

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In a post-fight press conference following his impressive victory over Vicente Luque at UFC Atlantic City, Joaquin Buckley made it abundantly clear: he is no longer interested in a rematch with Kevin Holland. The once-heated rivalry between the two fighters seems to have cooled down considerably.

The tension between Buckley and Holland had been brewing on social media for some time. Buckley had relentlessly pursued a rematch with Holland, but the latter consistently denied the possibility. Their exchanges were fiery, with both fighters trading verbal blows online.

The Final Verdict from Joaquin Buckley: “I Want Him Back No More”

When asked about the potential rematch during the post-fight presser, Buckley’s response was succinct and pointed: “I want him back no more. He lost to MVP. Damn, poor child.” The reference to Kevin Holland’s recent loss to Michael ‘Venom’ Page at UFC 299 was crystal clear.

Holland’s Recent Struggles

Kevin Holland’s career trajectory has taken a hit lately. After defeating Joaquin Buckley in his promotional debut at UFC Fight Night 174, Holland faced a string of setbacks. His most recent loss to MVP marked his second consecutive defeat. Buckley, on the other hand, has been on a three-fight win streak since moving up to the welterweight division.

With the dismissal of a Holland rematch, Buckley’s focus now shifts elsewhere. He has no specific opponent in mind but is adamant about facing another ranked contender. His knockout prowess and memorable highlight-reel finishes have put him on the radar, and he’s determined to climb the ranks and enter the title picture.

In the world of MMA, rivalries come and go, but Joaquin Buckley’s message to Kevin Holland is clear: “He lost to MVP. Damn, poor child. You messed up the money.” As Buckley looks ahead, he leaves the past behind and sets his sights on new challenges and greater heights in the octagon.

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