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Max Holloway Dominates Ortega Retains Belt


“I still believe the greatest featherweight of all time is Jose Aldo,” Holloway told reporters, including MMAjunkie, post-fight at UFC 231. “When I’m 30 or 31 or his age then you ask me if I’m the greatest featherweight of all-time if I’m still here.”

UFC 231 took place at Scotiabank Arena. Holloway defeated Ortega by fourth-round TKO (due to a doctor’s stoppage) in the pay-per-view headliner, which followed prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Holloway currently owns divisional records for the longest winning streak, most wins, most stoppages and more. The only key record Aldo holds over him is title defenses, as the Brazilian put together a streak of six straight. Holloway believes he will eventually surpass Aldo but still needs more time.

“I’ve got to just keep winning, keep doing my job and keep winning fights and let you guys keep talking about it,” Holloway said. “Personally, for me, I think Jose still is. I’m chasing him. He set the bar, and I’m still chasing that bar, and I’ve got to break it. People are saying this is a new era. I guess I’m setting the bar for the new era. When ‘The Blessed Era’ is here, ‘The Blessed Era’ is going to be in full effect.”

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