Filed under: Featured , News , UFC Undisputed UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway is the latest fighter to come out with a message of support for dethroned champ Jose Aldo . Holloway (18-3 MMA, 14-3 UFC) beat Aldo (26-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC) in the third round of this past Saturday’s UFC 212 headliner, unifying the featherweight title and adding an 11th win to his relentless streak. Losing the crown front of the crowd of his adopted Rio de Janeiro home was visibly hard on Aldo, who looked devastated walking out of the octagon. Holloway carried himself with class after his TKO win, showing respect toward Aldo’s achievements. And, today, the 25-year-old champion took it up a notch with a moving post defending the ex-champ’s legacy and thanking him for serving as an inspiration (via Instagram ): “Losing is part of this fight game.
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