Dana White seems uninterested in letting Max Holloway have another crack at Alexander Volkanovski’s featherweight title.
The UFC president spoke to the media last night in the wake of the Hawaiian’s one punch knockout win over Chan Sung Jung, and while he was impressed with the former champion’s victory, he was quick to pull the handbrake on the idea of a fourth clash with Hollway’s old rival.
“I just think that Volkanovski is so dominant right now,” White said. “I mean, there’s people who believe he beat Islam (Makhachev). I don’t know if you throw Max at him again at this point in Max’s career. I don’t love it.”
It will no doubt come as a blow to Holloway, who has repeatedly insisted he will continue his path at 145-pounds until he gets another chance at his former title.