UFC analyst Daniel Cormier thinks Max Holloway must reconsider a relocate to light-weight.
‘ Blessed’ went back to the octagon in the primary occasion of UFC Singapore last weekend. There, Max Holloway dealt with The Korean Zombie, in his retirement battle. In the end, the previous featherweight champ scored a highlight-reel third-round knockout to make the success.
Following the win, lots of hypothesized on what Max Holloway might do next Something is for sure, Daniel Cormier does not wish to see the previous champ up at light-weight. While the Hawaiian has actually teased that a prospective relocate to 155 pounds might be next, ‘DC’ does not think it makes good sense today.
The analyst gone over Max Holloway’s future in a current edition of the DC and RC podcast. There, Daniel Cormier cautioned ‘Blessed’ far from going up to light-weight. The expert likewise pointed out the Hawaiian’s one light-weight bout in April 2019 versus Dustin Poirier, where he lost by consentaneous choice.
” He’s one of those men that simply seems like an unique skill,” Daniel Cormier applauded Max Holloway throughout a current edition of his podcast “You seem like he’s going to be around for a long period of time still. For all the damage that he’s taken, he’s never ever been torn down. He can not be harmed, he’s so hard, he’s going to be a handful for anybody. It’ll be fascinating to see what occurs with him next.”
He continued, “The one time he battled at 155 [versus Poirier] he appeared a bit little. For as huge as he is at featherweight, it would be like [ the opposite] in regards to light-weight. He’s not always a huge person at 145.”
What do you make from Daniel Cormier’s remarks? Who do you wish to see Max Holloway combat next?