Champ Max Holloway sees four-title future, but wants featherweight GOAT status first

DETROIT – The sky is the limit for UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway after his win over Jose Aldo in the UFC 218 main event. His current plans, however, are solely based around defending his belt as long as possible.

Holloway (19-3 MMA, 15-3 UFC) put on a repeat performance of his title-winning victory over Aldo (26-4 MMA, 8-3 UFC) at UFC 212 in June when he stopped “Scarface” by third-round TKO in Saturday’s UFC 218 headliner, which took place at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit and aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

The scintillating performance marked Holloway’s 12th consecutive octagon victory, putting him in rare company in terms of the longest winning streaks in UFC history. “Blessed” said at UFC 218’s post-fight news conference, which MMAjunkie attended, that he doesn’t see himself slowing down any time soon. If things continue to go his way, Holloway not only sees himself being the best 145-pound champion ever, but could also take belts in multiple other weight classes.

“The only thing that’s going to stop me is medically, or I can’t make the weight,” Holloway said. “I’m not going

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