Max Holloway Talks UFC 212 Aldo Fight, Iconic Scrap With Lamas, Cyborg vs Magana + More!


MMA H.E.A.T. was at Hinoki And The Bird in Los Angeles, CA, where Interim Featherweight Champ Max Holloway answered questions from the media in advance of his UFC 212 unification fight with Jose Aldo. Max talks about fighting the legendary Brazilian, who he’d expect as his first challenger if he wins, the growing MMA scene in Hawaii, the recent scuffle between Cris Cyborg and Angela Magana and more!

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21 Comments on "Max Holloway Talks UFC 212 Aldo Fight, Iconic Scrap With Lamas, Cyborg vs Magana + More!"

  1. Hey Karyn, Joanna here. If you have this problem with the audio in the future, you can use some simple software to Mono-tize the audio so its equal on each speaker. Making it mono brings it to the center, here you have a stereo output and its leaning towards the left alot.

  2. As far as I'm aware the only person to be honest about the Magana/Cyborg "incident." Conor, can win a title, but can he defend it, and to be fair the guy hasn't gone through the traditional route in being able to even vie for the title. He is talented, but so is many others, and they lose here and there killing their chances to vie for the title, or "mar" their record alone the way more than Conor has in the UFC.. cause they are facing the top five even ten routinely on their way up, or after they've attained the title with actual title defenses showing they are true Champions. Conor, has not defended a belt once, and practically everyone says it is far easier to win the title, but defending it is the true challenge NOT becoming a one hit wonder.

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