UFC Vegas 38: Santos vs. Walker Post-Fight Press Conference Live Stream

UFC Vegas 38 had explosive moments, entertaining moments, upsets, and even a bit of controversy. A little something for everyone, as it were.

The Fight Night event at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas opened with four straight finishes, with names like Stephanie Egger and Jamie Mullarkey making it an early night. Bethe Correia went the distance, losing her retirement fight against Karol Rosa, while Casey O’Neill would maintain her perfect record with a finish of Antonina Shevchenko.

Controversy erupted in the UFC Vegas 38 co-main event, after Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus accidentally clashed heads. Holland suffered a flash knockout, instantly face-planting. While he immediately came to and began grappling, the damage was done. When Holland got to his feet, Daukaus trapped him in a choke, and put him out again.

It looked like a Daukaus win, but referee Dan Miragliotta had immediately signalled for instant replay after the headbutt. It appeared he had moved in to wave off the fight, but thought better of it when Holland began defending. Regardless, the result was reviewed at cageside by Nevada athletic commission officials and senior referee Herb Dean. Ultimately, the decision was left in Miragliotta’s hands, the question being whether the foul, accidental or not, had led to the finish.

Miragliotta ruled it had, and the fight was declared a No Contest. Both Holland and Daukaus agreed to run it back following the bout.

At the conclusion of UFC Vegas 38, check back for the post-fight press conference. A live stream is embedded above.