Daniel Cormier does not advise Aljamain Sterling to fight Max Holloway at featherweight. Sterling (23-4 MMA, 15-4 UFC) has tussled with the idea of a potential move to 145 pounds – even though he just lost the bantamweight title to Sean O’Malley at UFC 292 in August. If he were to move up a weight class, Sterling sees former champion Holloway (25-7 MMA, 21-7 UFC) as his perfect ticket to a title shot. “A fight with Holloway definitely interests me because if I could beat him, I think I’m consensually the No. 1 contender or next title challenger at 145,” Sterling said in a recent Q&A on his YouTube channel . “That would be ideal

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Daniel Cormier: If Aljamain Sterling struggled with Sean O’Malley’s size, he’d be in ‘deep trouble’ vs. Max Holloway – MMA Junkie

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