Max Holloway has already become the youngest fighter in UFC history to reach 10 bouts with the promotion, but he isn’t content sitting out for much longer.
At just 22-years old, Holloway has compiled a 7-3 UFC record, that has only seen him drop defeats to #5 ranked Conor McGregor, #7 ranked Dustin Poirier, and #8 ranked Dennis Bermudez.
‘Blessed’ is coming off a quick KO win over Akira Corassani at UFC Dight Night Stockholm, extending his current win streak to 4.
He spoke to MMAJunkie about his desire to compete again before the end of the year.
“I’m going to take a vacation at the end of the year, so if the UFC wants to book me for before my vacation, I’m down for that. Whatever the UFC wants. If they put me in there, they put me in there. If not, I’ll get back to work next year.”
Holloway had less than two months off following his TKO win over Clay Collard at UFC Fight Night Henderson vs. Dos Anjos on August 23rd before fighting Corassani at the beginning of October.
“It was quick turnaround, but I kind of liked it. I’m a fighter. I love to fight. I believe this is what I was put on this earth to do. I enjoy it, and I really love it. They say to go find something that you really love so you don’t have to work another day in your life, and this is what I love.”