Filed under: News, UFC, VideosUFC interim featherweight champion Max Holloway believes he could get all the clicks if cameras were just following him around.
Sure, Holloway has been on “UFC Embedded,” …read more
Cub Swanson was close to a featherweight title shot a few years ago before decisive back-to-back losses against Frankie Edgar and Max Holloway derailed his momentum. …read more
UFC interim featherweight champion Max Holloway is currently gearing up for the biggest fight of his career, a featherweight showdown with undisputed champion Jose Aldo. The fight, which will take …read more
Max Holloway knows how the game is played.
With only very rare exceptions, you don’t go into Brazil as a foreigner, main event against a Brazilian competitor, and get to play …read more
Date: June 3, 2017
Venue: HSBC Arena in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
TV: PPV/TSN/FOX Sports 1/UFC Fight Pass
145lbs- Jose Aldo (26-2) vs. Max Holloway (17-3)***Featherweight Title Unification Fight
115lbs- Claudia Gadelha (14-2) …read more
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Featherweight champion Jose Aldo and interim titleholder Max Holloway as well as former middleweight champ Anderson Silva fielded questions from the media about the June 3 event in …read more
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UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and interim titleholder Max Holloway squared off for the first time after the UFC 212 press conference Tuesday night.
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Max Holloway is looking forward to retiring Jose Aldo in their featherweight title unification bout at UFC 212. Max Holloway is under no illusions: ‘Blessed’ will be booed and taunted …read more
In a few short weeks, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo will attempt to defend his title against interim featherweight champ Max Holloway. The two will share the main event spot …read more
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Jose Aldo is looking to unify the UFC featherweight belts with interim champion Max Holloway in the UFC 212 main event June 3 in Rio …read more
Filed under: News, UFCRIO DE JANEIRO – Max Holloway has accepted that he’s going to be the bad guy leading up to and on the night of his title unification …read more
Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, VideosRIO DE JANEIRO – The headliners for June’s UFC 212 event came face to face today in Rio de Janeiro, while future UFC …read more
Max Holloway delivers a bold statement to Jose Aldo at UFC 212 Press Conference
UFC interim featherweight champion Max “Blessed” Holloway delivered a bold statement to reigning UFC 145-pound tile holder …read more
UFC 212 on June 3rd will feature a featherweight title unification bout between Jose Aldo and Max Holloway and we have their first face off from Rio de Janeiro. Max …read more
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — UFC featherweight champions Jose Aldo and Max Holloway squared off for the first time after the UFC 212 press conference Tuesday night in Brazil.
The trash-talk between Jose Aldo and Max Holloway is sure to heat up as their meeting at UFC 212 this summer nears. For now, Holloway is sticking to social media …read more
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight champion, Max Holloway, is oozing with confidence ahead of his title unification match against current division kingpin, Jose Aldo, which is set to go …read more
After Max Holloway defeated Anthony Pettis via TKO at UFC 206 to win the interim featherweight championship, all signs pointed to Holloway then fighting Jose Aldo for the undisputed featherweight …read more
When the UFC offered Max Holloway a chance to fight Jose Aldo following his interim-title victory over Anthony Pettis at UFC 206, there was only going to be one answer. …read more
December 19, 2015; Orlando, FL, USA; Charles Oliveira is declared the winner by submission against Myles Jury during UFC Fight Night at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
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Max Holloway put his foot in it when he accepted a fight at UFC 208 with Jose Aldo only to nix the idea soon afterward due to an ankle injury …read more
There will be a Brazil vs. Hawaii table-setter before Jose Aldo and Max Holloway square off at UFC 212.
A welterweight tilt between Erick Silva and Wai’anae’s own Yancy Medeiros …read more
Incumbent UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo sent a clear message out to his UFC 212 opponent Max Holloway with a training video posted on Thursday. Aldo has taken to Instagram …read more
There can only be one UFC featherweight champion, and Jose Aldo is working on his signature move for his UFC 212 clash with interim titleholder Max Holloway in Rio de …read more
Jose Aldo talks about how he plans to finish Max Holloway at UFC 212. Jose Aldo will return to the Octagon in a featherweight title unification bout against the surging …read more
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo may currently be gearing up for his UFC 212 fight with Max Holloway on June 3rd to unify the interim and undisputed featherweight titles, however …read more
Jose Aldo has big plans for his fighting future. The reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight title holder will share the Octagon with interim champion Max Holloway in a title …read more
After defeating Max Holloway at UFC 212 in Rio on June 3rd, Jose Aldo will try to get a secret project approved by the UFC. Superfight. Once upon a time …read more
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Jose Aldo discusses his UFC 212 clash against Max Holloway, his plans for the future, a potential boxing fight between Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather, …read more
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Jose Aldo will put his UFC featherweight title on the line for the fourth time in Rio de Janeiro, and expects the same outcome: a …read more
A featherweight title unification bout is set for UFC 212 as the undisputed champion Jose Aldo is set to take on interim champion Max Holloway on June 3.
MMA oddsmaker Nick …read more
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will unify the featherweight titles when 145-pound kingpin Jose Aldo collides with interim champion Max Holloway in “Junior’s” backyard of Brazil, with a pay-per-view (PPV) fight …read more
Aldo vs. Holloway
Date: June 3, 2017
Venue: Jeunesse Arena
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
UFC 212 Fight Card
Jose Aldo (c)(26-2) vs. Max Holloway (ic)(17-3)*
Cláudia Gadelha (14-2) vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (10-1)
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UFC 208 has a title fight and a possible main event, now that the UFC announced that Holly Holm will fight Germaine de Randamie for the first women’s featherweight championship. Here are more fights we’d love to see on this card.
Jose Aldo vs. Max Holloway
Rumor has it that this fight is already in the works, and it would make a spectacular main event. Holloway has been on a tear for years, and now that he’s the interim champion, he deserves a shot at the real belt. While Aldo suffered a brutal knockout against Conor McGregor, he rebounded against Frankie Edgar at UFC 200, showing that he’s still a high-level fighter. These two both have excellent striking, so expect fireworks when they throw down.
Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson
With Conor McGregor sidelined for the time being, it makes sense to have the two top contenders in the lightweight division fight. Both have a legitimate claim as the best lightweight in the world, while having markedly different styles, and neither one is particularly fond of the other. Nurmagomedov is a powerful grappler who takes his opponents down and sucks the life out of them with brutal ground and pound and submission attempts. At UFC 205, Nurmagomedov must have felt disrespected when he was placed on the preliminary card. It would be nice to see the #2 ranked lightweight in the world (only behind McGregor) back on the main card. Ferguson is wild, unpredictable, and unorthodox, but there is method to his madness, and he frequently picks up highlight reel knockouts and submissions. Whether or not this fight is for an interim title, it needs to be scheduled for five rounds so the fans get their money’s worth.
Robbie Lawler vs. Nick Diaz
Tyron Woodley has been asking for a Nick Diaz fight, but it would be better to see him settle the score with Stephen Thompson first. In the meantime, a Lawler vs. Diaz fight promises spectacular violence, and gives Lawler the chance to avenge a knockout loss from over 12 years ago at UFC 47. Both fighters love to strike and have no problem mixing it up. With Lawler and Diaz both coming off a loss (multiple losses in Diaz’ case, although that never seems to stop him from getting big fights), this fight could position one of them as a contender in the welterweight division.