Max Holloway responds to critics and opens up about discredit by accepting fight against Justin Gaethje

Featured at UFC 300, former featherweight champion admits frustration with comments regarding symbolic title challenge

M. Holloway is a former UFC featherweight champion. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram @ufc

Legend in featherweight (up to 65,7kg.) of Ultimate, Max Holloway made a sincere outburst and rebutted critics on the eve of his fight in UFC 300. On your channel YouTube, the Hawaiian opened the game by indicating that he feels underestimated for the clash against Justin gaethje. For the title fightBMF', the athlete momentarily left his category and will appear among the lightweights (up to 70,3kg.).

“I'm tired of people telling me what to do, or how to do it. Imposing limits on myself. Just because you put limits on yourself, don't do it with others. The limit is the sky and I'm reaching for the stars. Another universe. You guys don’t compare to me,” Holloway said.


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On April 13, Holloway will make his first lightweight challenge since his defeat against Dustin poirier in 2019. On that occasion, the athletes faced each other in a fight for the interim belt in the category.

No UFC 300, Max will have the opportunity to add another belt to his record. If it hits Justin gaethje, the Hawaiian will become the bearer of the title 'BMF', which elects the organization's 'most tough' athlete.

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