Max Holloway Just Wants To Build His Legacy

“I really want my undisputed (featherweight) title back,” Holloway said. “Then, maybe, we can come back up. But I mean, if (UFC matchmakers) give you a (lightweight) title shot right after this one, what do you say? First things first, and that’s Justin Gaethje. I’m locked in on him because I got to get through him to see the future.”

Above the belts and accolades, Holloway always comes back to wanting to build a great legacy. Some might argue he has already done that, but The Pride of Hawaii remains vigilant to the fact that he has plenty left in his gas tank. The notion is fair. Holloway might be the clubhouse leader in “younger than you’d think” among fight fans, but what is certain is he is, and always will be, a favorite among fans and peers alike. 

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On April 13, Holloway has a unique opportunity in front of him. That opportunity is also a historically dangerous one, but he wouldn’t be fighting for the BMF belt if he didn’t welcome all those possibilities with wide-open arms. 

“At the end of the day, he’s a future Hall of Famer,” Holloway said. “I feel like I might be a future Hall of Famer. This is a Hall of Fame fight. And if you want to be the best guy, you’ve got to fight the best guys.”

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