Max Holloway’s recent victory over Arnold Allen at UFC Kansas City cemented his position as one of the best fighters in the world. The win extended his unbeaten record to 17-0 against featherweights, except for Alexander Volkanovski, since 2014. Despite losing to the current UFC champ three times, Holloway is committed to pursuing a fourth fight at 145 pounds against Volkanovski.
Holloway admitted that he would love to fight Conor McGregor before his UFC career is over. Although he lost to McGregor in 2013, Holloway has become an accomplished fighter in his own right, amassing 13 consecutive victories and three title defenses.
McGregor is set to return to the UFC later this year, and Holloway is enthusiastic about a potential rematch. Even though they now fight at different weights, Holloway suggested he would fight McGregor openweight if the commission allowed it.