Max Holloway returns to the octagon this Saturday (Dec. 8th) to defend his title at UFC 231.
His challenger is Brian Ortega, the top-ranked featherweight contender.
Can Holloway, who’s battled health issues and depression throughout his lay-off, stage a successful comeback?
The long-awaited struggle between Max Holloway and Brian Ortega is almost upon us. Both leading featherweights will meet this Saturday (December 8th) at UFC 231 in Toronto.
Initially reserved for UFC 226 back in July, Holloway was pulled from the card after he began showing”concussion-like symptoms” Holloway has been plagued with health problems this year, which is his first and only fight of 2018. Ortega will take nothing less than a title shot and has been patiently waiting for Blessed’s return.
This is only one of the very exciting match-ups available to the UFC. It’s a fascinating pairing of styles and a struggle between two of the best featherweights the sport has ever seen. With so little separating the two fighters, this can be an extremely tough struggle to pick. Here are a few factors to consider.
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