Max Holloway crushed the dreams of all Jose Aldo fans who wanted to see him recapture the featherweight title. Aldo was on the receiving end of another stoppage from Max and it was brutal. Check out the highlights from the bout.
In the world of MMA there is a lot of should that never happens. It’s a big business that requires big fights to stay afloat and sometimes that requires some creative shuffling of contenders. It becomes a should happen vs. will happen scenario and it’s endless. Let’s break down UFC 218 and talk about the … Read more
UFC 218 saw Max Holloway squash a Jose Aldo title reclamation dream and Francis Ngannou proved he was deserving of the hype. Check out the full post fight press conference.
Max Holloway put the stamp on any thoughts of a Jose Aldo comeback. He hammered Aldo until the ref pulled him off and after the official announcement came “and STILL”, Max celebrated with his son.
UFC 218 takes place Saturday night from Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. Max Holloway defends his featherweight title against former champ Jose Aldo in the main event. Heavyweight sluggers Alistair Overeem and Francis Ngannou in the co-headliner. The UFC 218 pay-per-view card also includes a matchup between top flyweights Sergio Pettis and Henry Cejudo, a … Read more
UFC 218 takes place Saturday in Detroit and Max Holloway will defend his featherweight title against Jose Aldo in a rematch in the main event. Holloway took the title from Aldo via third-round TKO at UFC 212 in June. UFC 218 betting odds understandably have Holloway the favorite at -290, with Aldo the underdog at +225, … Read more
UFC 218 takes place on December 2nd and the odds for the bouts have shifted quite a few times. Here are the latest odds from oddsshark.com via BloodyElbow.com. There is potentially a lot of money to be made for adventurous gamblers. Eddie Alvarez is an underdog going in to his Justin Gaethje bout and Alistair … Read more
UFC 218 features featherweight champion Max Holloway defending in a rematch with former champion Jose Aldo. They held the media day face offs and you can see the chill between Max and Jose in the distance they keep. Check out the UFC 218 media day face off video.
Max Holloway faces Jose Aldo for a second time at UFC 218 and the fact that Jose Aldo took the December 2nd bout on short notice just seems odd. He goes in to detail about Jose’s injury claims, strange behavior, and mindset with Matt Serra. Check it out.
Max Holloway defends his featherweight title against Jose Aldo at UFC 218. He defeated Aldo back in June at UFC 212 which extended his win streak to an astonishing 11-0. Aldo is looking for redemption and honestly this may very well be his last title shot if he is finished in the fight. The 145 pound division is solid and there are guys patiently waiting in line for a crack at Max if and when they get the call from Dana. Check out the extended preview for the bout which goes down December 2nd.