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.
December 2nd is the date. Max Holloway will defend his featherweight championship against former champion and challenger Jose Aldo. The bout takes place on Saturday, Dec. 2nd from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The co-main event is perennial heavyweight title challenger Alistair Overeem vs Francis Ngannou who is 5-0 in the UFC and … Read more
This Saturday, Dec. 2, UFC 218 takes place from Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The featherweight title is on the line in the main event as champion Max Holloway rematches former champ Jose Aldo after knocking him out back in June to claim the 145-pound belt. Heavyweight powerhouses Alistair Overeem and Francis Ngannou meet in … Read more
Jose Aldo will finally get the featherweight title rematch he’s longed for, but with Max Holloway, rather than Conor McGregor, after Frankie Edgar pulled out of the title bout at UFC 218. The fight, taking place on December 2 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, was set to give 36-year-old, Frankie Edgar, a long-awaited first … Read more
In Glasgow on Friday night hell froze over. Conor McGregor praised UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway via MMAFighting.com. He’s done a great job. He’s climbed up and claimed that featherweight belt. You see some fights, and so do the public, you see him go in there and you watch him win or lose and you … Read more
Former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar will meet featherweight champ Max Holloway at UFC 218 in the main event according to ESPN’s Brett Okamoto. Edgar lost via decision to Jose Aldo at UFC 200 trying to capture the elusive 145 pound title but now looks to be back on track. Since then he has defeated Jeremy … Read more
After losing to Max Holloway via TKO at UFC 212, former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo is now in unfamiliar territory. He is 1-2 in his last three and on the verge of becoming another fighter to start heading down the other side of the mountain they once stood on the peak of. He issued … Read more
New undisputed UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway took out Jose Aldo in their 145-pound title unification match this past weekend in the UFC 212 main event in Rio de Janeiro. Holloway went into enemy territory and came back victorious, now he wants the UFC to hold an event in his home state of Hawaii. Holloway … Read more