The featherweights went toe-to-toe and punch-for-punch, but it was Holloway (5-1) that got the better of the exchanges. Schilling (5-2) has lost his two UFC fights.
"I just wanted to show I belong in the UFC," Holloway said. "I'm still a baby. I'm just going to keep training hard."
Holloway, a native of Hawaii, suffered his lone career loss to Dustin Poirier earlier this year via submission. He stepped in as a replacement for Ricardo Lamas in the fight with Poirier.
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