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Alexander Volkanovski reveals he politely asked Max Holloway to “get the f**k out of my division” immediately following their trilogy fight at UFC 276

Alexander Volkanovski shared some advice to Max Holloway following UFC 276. In the lead-up to the fight, Volkanovski and Holloway seemed to be getting angry at one another as they exchanged heated jabs at the press conference. It was to be a massive fight for both men’s legacy and in the fight, Volkanovski pitched a shutout as he won all five rounds convincingly.
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Gaming influencers and pro athletes are set to clash in an upcoming Fortnite tournament — the MiO Level Up Challenge. The MiO Level Up Challenge, a brand new Fortnite tournament, will see roughly 90 participants form teams and compete against each other for cash prizes. The tournament will kick off on Aug. 9, with an initial seeding event where contestants will form 10 teams, each representing a MiO flavor.
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Yair Rodriguez appreciates praise for his fight with Max Holloway, but ‘I’m not happy with my results’

Yair Rodriguez will always appreciate compliments on his fights, but it’s much harder for him to feel the same way after a difficult loss. That’s exactly how he addressed his war with Max Holloway from this past November. The 29-year-old Mexican-born featherweight battled the former champion for five rounds, earning “Fight of the Night” honors, yet he still lost by unanimous decision.
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What Yair Rodriguez learned from Max Holloway loss entering UFC Long Island headliner

Yair Rodriguez (13-3, seven finishes) will headline the UFC’s return to Long Island on Saturday afternoon as he faces Brian Ortega (15-2, 10 finishes) in the main event of the ABC-aired fight card (2 p.m. ET). Rodriguez, who said Monday that he was promised a title shot against featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski with a win at UBS Arena in Elmont, recently spoke with The Post’s Scott Fontana for this week’s Post Fight Interview. Q: You’re coming off a fight against Max Holloway in which, while you didn’t win, it seemed like it might have actually earned you some fans. Does that...
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Alex Volkanovksi reveals what he was saying to Max Holloway during their trilogy fight at UFC 276

Alex Volkanovski has revealed what he was saying to Max Holloway during their trilogy fight at UFC 276. It was Alex Volkanovski (25-1 MMA) vs Max Holloway (23-7 MMA) in a featherweight bout at UFC 276 on July 2nd in the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. The trilogy fight proved to be a trilogy victory for Volkanovski via unanimous decision. The two fighters had previously met at UFC 251 in July 2020 and at UFC 245 in December 2019, Holloway going down to defeat both times.
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Alexander Volkanovski shares nasty X-ray of broken thumb after Max Holloway fight

Reigning UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski defeated Max Holloway in the pair’s trilogy match at UFC 276 on Saturday, but not without paying a major price. Volkanovski, who defeated Holloway via unanimous decision, suffered a broken thumb during the second round. He shared a gruesome X-ray image Thursday of his injury via social media. He also revealed that he was getting surgery Thursday to repair the thumb.
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Alexander Volkanovski posts x-ray of broken thumb from Max Holloway fight, reveals timeline for return

Alexander Volkanovski is on the mend. The reigning UFC featherweight champion announced on Thursday that he is set to undergo surgery to repair a broken thumb he suffered in his trilogy match against Max Holloway at UFC 276. Volkanovski posted an x-ray of the injury to social media and explained that he suffered the broken thumb in the second round. He ultimately went on to defeat Holloway in a one-sided unanimous decision that pushed him to 3-0 in the series.
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Teddy Atlas believes the pressure got to Max Holloway at UFC 276: “He became just a sick and destroyed guy”

Teddy Atlas is speaking out about how he believes the pressure got to Max Holloway at UFC 276. Last Saturday, July 2nd, Max Holloway (23-7 MMA) entered the Octagon to compete with Alexander Volkanovski (25-1 MMA) in the co-main featherweight match-up. It was to be the third meeting of the two fighters with the result being a unanimous decision win for Volkanovski, who ultimately retained his title.
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Max Holloway issues statement following loss to Alex Volkanovski at UFC 276

Max Holloway has issued a statement after suffering a third loss to Alex Volkanovski at last night’s UFC 276 event in Las Vegas. Holloway (23-7 MMA) was looking to reclaim the promotions featherweight world title when he stepped into the Octagon yesterday night at T-Mobile Arena. ‘Blessed’ had entered the contest on a two-fight winning streak, this after defeating Calvin Kattar and Yair Rodriguez respectively.
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Max Holloway claims pyrrhic victory over Alexander Volkanovski, crowns ‘The Great’ MMA’s pound-for-pound best

The UFC 276 pay-per-view (PPV) went down this past weekend (Sat., July 2, 2022) inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, in what was a star-studded mixed martial arts (MMA) event. Plenty of fighters were left feeling the post-fight blues, including Sean Strickland, who was knocked out by Alex Pereira in the first round, snapping his six-fight win streak in the process.
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Max Holloway reacts to UFC 276 loss, proclaims Alexander Volkanovski to be MMA’s top pound-for-pound fighter

Max Holloway is handling his championship loss about as well as a fighter possibly can. Holloway challenged Alexander Volkanovski for the featherweight title in the co-main event of Saturday’s UFC 276 event in Las Vegas, and looked to get one back after dropping a pair of competitive decisions in their previous meetings. The third — and likely final — battle between two of the top 145-pounders in the history of the sport was all Volkanovski from the opening seconds, as the champ retained his title with a unanimous sweep of the scorecards.
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Alexander Volkanovski reflects on Max Holloway rivalry: ‘He’s made me raise the bar’

Alexander Volkanovski brought closure to his rivalry with Max Holloway at UFC 276 on Saturday night. The City Kickboxing stalwart was dominant in a unanimous decision triumph over the popular Hawaiian, sweeping the scorecards by a trio of 50-to-45 counts. Unlike the first two meetings, there was no debate about who deserved to get the nod. No matter what popular opinion might be, the record shows that Volkanovski is 3-0 in his trilogy against Holloway.
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Max Holloway tells Alexander Volkanovski ‘you’re No. 1 pound-for-pound now’

Not only is he giving credit where it’s due, but Max Holloway has a sense of humor regarding his loss to Alexander Volkanovski in their trilogy bout at UFC 276. Volkanovski improved to 3-0 against Holloway with a clear-cut unanimous decision triumph in Saturday’s co-main event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The Hawaiian known as “Blessed” released a brief statement following that defeat on social media.
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