Max “Blessed” Holloway continues to rack up victory after victory as he makes his way through his division.

The UFC featherweight champion owns an 18-3 record and has not lost a fight since August 17, 2013, when he was defeated by Conor McGregor at UFC Fight Night 26 in Boston.

Last weekend, Holloway picked up his 11th straight win with a third-round TKO victory over Jose Aldo in a title unification bout and also earned the Fight of the Night bonus.


Max #Holloway defeats Jose #Aldo by TKO to unify his featherweight title. . . (📷: @sportscenter)

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After taking a few days to rest and recover after his fight with Aldo, the Waianae, Hawaii native returned home only to find the streets flooded with fans waiting to welcome the champ back home.


Waianae love #westsidebestside #blessedera

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Holloway’s hometown consist of just over 13,000 people and he’s loved by every single one of them.

As awesome as it must feel to win a UFC bout, to come home and see everyone in your hometown waiting to greet you must be right up there with the feeling of victory.

(H/T Instagram/blessedmma)