If Max Holloway ’s main message heading into UFC 300 could be boiled down to three words, it might just be this: Wait and see. For the second time in his career, the former UFC featherweight champion will compete at lightweight when he takes on Justin Gaethje for the BMF title on the April 13 pay-per-view card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The last time Holloway made this move, it was five years ago to the day of UFC 300 – and things didn’t go his way when he fought Dustin Poirier for the interim lightweight title at UFC 236. The fight was mostly one-way traffic, with Poirier winning a unanimous decision by scores of 49-46 across the board. What should fans expect to be different from Holloway this time around? “I feel bigger, I feel stronger, I feel faster, mentally, physically – physically I feel good,” Holloway told MMA Junkie.

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Max Holloway takes wait-and-see approach to UFC 300 fight vs. Justin Gaethje: ‘It’s just different’ – MMA Junkie

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