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Trevin Giles faints backstage, UFC Vegas 5 struggle in opposition to Kevin Holland canceled

UFC Vegas 5 lost one more struggle correct moments after the indispensable card used to be slated to begin after Trevin Giles fainted backstage sooner than his middleweight bout in opposition to Kevin Holland.

The announcement used to be made throughout the UFC broadcast that Giles used to be making ready to lumber to the cage when he all at the moment passed out.

The Nevada Remark Athletic Price straight made the call to spoil the struggle with Giles receiving clinical consideration after fainting.

A video shown backstage confirmed Giles awake and alert as he used to be sitting in a chair speaking to clinical personnel with his coaches nearby.

Right here’s the 2nd matchup scrapped from the UFC Vegas 5 card on struggle night after a lightweight heavyweight struggle between Gerald Meerschaert and Ed Herman used to be additionally pulled at the closing minute after Meerschaert tested positive for COVID-19.

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