Alexander Volkanovski Is Featherweight Champion Once More

Alexander Volkanovski Is Featherweight Champion Once More

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Max Holloway has faced Alexander Volkanovski for the second time and once again this fight was an enigma. It seemed that Max Holloway had the upper hand from the start and would stag Featherweight belt. Alexander Volkanovski is featherweight Champion and Max Holloway cannot do anything about it – the judges decision is final Alexander Volkanovski Is Featherweight Champion Once More.

We saw another close fight. Max Holloway did more this time around to get his hands on the featherweight belt but once again judges decision didn’t go in his favor.

Max Holloway was more active in round 1-3. He landed more significant strikes than the Champion Alexander Volkanovski and despite Volkanovski stepping it up in round 4-5, thus, arguably losing 2-3 on rounds Volkanovski was “judges favorite”.

Peculiar decision because Holloway looked better and more composed than the champion Volkanovski.

Will we see Volkanovski vs Holloway 3, or is this the end of Holloway‘s reign for good?

Stay tuned for more UFC news and check out the latest UFC 251 updates.

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