Every Champion On UFC 300

A 20-year-old Max Holloway made his UFC debut against Dustin Poirier at UFC 143. Since then, “Blessed” has been a mainstay at the top of the fight game.

Holloway started off his career 3-3, dropping that debut against Poirier, as well as a fight against Conor McGregor. After the fight with McGregor, he went on a crazy 12-fight streak all the way to the top, beating the who’s who at 145 pounds. Holloway won the undisputed UFC featherweight title at UFC 212 when he knocked out the great Jose Aldo and he defended his belt three times.

Three championship losses to Alexander Volkanovski prevented Holloway from keeping featherweight gold, but that hasn’t slowed him down in the slightest. Other than his fights with Volkanovski, he’s defeated every featherweight to step into the Octagon with him since losing the title.

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Holloway’s name is written all over the UFC record book, including the most wins in featherweight history (20), the most knockouts in featherweight history (9), the most finishes in featherweight history (11) and the most significant strikes landed in UFC history (3,197).

At UFC 300, Holloway will move up to lightweight to fight Justin Gaethje for the BMF belt and to insert himself into the lightweight title conversation.

Justin Gaethje

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