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Max Holloway Describes His Battle With Depression Last Year

UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway has opened up about his struggles with depression in 2018 after a year that saw him battle demons outside of the realms of the octagon. Max Holloway has slowly become one of the most popular and well-liked fighters in the sport of mixed martial arts today. A gentleman outside of the octagon and an absolute …

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Watch: José Aldo Vs. Max Holloway I Ahead Of UFC 231

Relive Max Holloway’s signature victory ahead of his featherweight title defense against Brian Ortega at UFC 231 next month. Holloway came into this fight as the interim-champion of the featherweight division following his UFC 206 TKO victory over Anthony Pettis. And while the champion José Aldo managed to bounce back from his shocking UFC 194 loss to Conor McGregor with …

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José Aldo Talks Injury Excuses & Regaining His Featherweight Crown

The former two-time featherweight champion of the world has spoken in-depth about his upcoming opponent Max Holloway, injury-excuses and his drive to regain his title. UFC 218’s headlining bout was originally scheduled to include a featherweight title bout between defending champ Max Holloway and the long-time top contender Frankie Edgar but following the news that the challenger sustained an injury …

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Jose Aldo’s Coach Says Injury Limited Brazilian’s Kicking Game Against Max Holloway

During an interview he granted in the days leading up to UFC 212, Max Holloway said that he wanted “the very best Jose Aldo there has ever been” to show up at the Rio event. “I don’t want that 13-second-knockout Aldo,” Holloway told FloCombat, obviously referring to Aldo’s extraordinarily quick loss to Conor McGregor in December 2015. “I don’t even want …

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Max Holloway Makes Very Surprising Claim After Facing Both Aldo & McGregor

The UFC’s undisputed featherweight champion Max Holloway shared a rather interesting insight with the world after now having faced both José Aldo and Conor McGregor. Holloway’s career broke on through to the next level just ten days ago when he dispatched the two-time featherweight champion José Aldo in his home country of Brazil in what was a truly inspired performance. …

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Watch: Brilliant Video Explains How Holloway Messed With Aldo’s Head Mid-Fight

Max Holloway’s stunning UFC 212 win over José Aldo last weekend is broken down in incredible detail by YouTuber MindSmash in the latest of his intriguing videos. Max Holloway pulled off a memorable win last weekend when he detroned the two-time featherweight champion José Aldo to at long last bring another UFC belt back to his home state of Hawaii. Holloway looked …

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Max Holloway’s Beautifully Heartfelt Message To José Aldo Is Why We Love The Sport Of MMA

The UFC’s newly-crowned featherweight champion has issued a truly beautiful statement to the man he defeated at last weekend’s UFC 212. Combat sports is a violent game where emotions run high and tempers frequently flare but the thing that separates this competitive and heavily regulated world from the more barbaric and unsanctioned violence that occurs on the streets is the …

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Jose Aldo Breaks Silence After UFC 212 Defeat To Max Holloway

“We fall so we can rise again.” These were the words from former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo after his third round TKO defeat at UFC 212 on Saturday night. The Nova Uniao team’s star member suffered the defeat at the hands of 25-year-old Hawaiian Max Holloway in front of a home crowd at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. Aldo, who …

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Watch: Holloway Called Out By Cub Swanson Immediately After Aldo Win

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - APRIL 11: UFC Featherweight Max Holloway of the United States attends the media during the UFC 212 press conference at Morro da Urca on April 11, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

With the dust not even settled on Max Holloway’s performance of a lifetime versus Jose Aldo, he already has fighters throwing their name in the ring ahead of his next bout.  Holloway (18-3) confirmed what everyone in MMA circles has known for the past three years on Saturday night. He’s a world-class featherweight, capable of beating anybody on his day. …

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