According to Trevin Giles’ manager Oren Hodak, Giles has been discharged from the hospital.
Giles (12-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC), who fainted prior to his walkout at UFC on ESPN+ 31, had his fight against Kevin Holland canceled by the Nevada Athletic Commission due to precautionary reasons.
Giles spent the night at the hospital for further medical evaluation, citing heart irregularities as the possible issue in a statement provided on his Instagram.
“Got held over night in the hospital. Apparently I have heart irregularities that may be the cause of all this. Just had a heart cardiogram this morning. Waiting for the good news and back to Houston I go. I will enjoy my family, assure all my loved ones that I’m okay, then I will prepare to handle some unfinished business. Thanks for all the love and concern.”
Giles has since been released from the hospital. He flew back to Houston on Sunday to undergo further testing in his hometown. In another statement provided on the “Texas MMA Round Up” Facebook page, Giles said that once cleared, he hopes his fight with Holland gets rebooked.