Max Holloway will be hoping it is 3rd time fortunate this weekend versus Alexander Volkanovski.
Twice the 2 top-ranked featherweight fighters have fulfilled in the previous, and twotimes is hasactually been the Australian who has had his hand raised. This weekend’s clash at UFC 276 as part of an ‘International Fight Week’ card topped with 2 world title battles will see Holloway shot for a 3rd time to beat Volkanovski and restore the 145-pound title in the procedure — and evaluating by the proof of their 2nd battle, this one guarantees to be another close affair.
Holloway hasactually been in excellent kind justrecently, quickly whipping Calvin Kattar and Yair Rodriguez in his last 2 battles while Volkanovski hasactually beat both Brian Ortega and Chan Sung-Jung consideringthat he last satisfied Holloway in the cage. It is a essential battle for both (as any world title battle is) however possibly more-so for Holloway, who will be dealtwith with concerns as to his future at featherweight if he leaves Las Vegas this weekend with 3 beats to the champ on his record.
The 2nd battle, though, was as close as it gets and left an impression that the 3rd can go either method.
Relive that 2nd encounter listedbelow, and let us understand who you’re leaning towards when they got at it in Sin City assoonas onceagain late on Saturday night.