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UFC 245 goes contrary to the??T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on December 14 and the featherweight belt will be on line as MaxBlessed Holloway earns his fourth title defense against AlexanderThe Great Volkanovski. Although the challenger, Volkanovski, is coming back at +140 Holloway, the winner, is still a -170 favorite to keep his strap.
Holloway was a favorite in eight coming against Jose Aldo in his title fight in as an underdog. Because he lost at 2013 blessed hasnt suffered a loss from the division. Max did move up to the lightweight division in April but lost by decision to Dustin Poirier.
Meanwhile, Volkanovski, the challenger, suffered a loss in 2013 in his fourth professional fight however is still a perfect 17-0 since . Since he increased the UFC featherweight ranks but came in in his last two fights against Jose Aldo along with Chad Mendes at +110 and EVEN the Australian was a favorite.
Holloway enjoys getting into a great conservative brawl with his enemies, until they fade, trading waits for rounds on end and then he selects the win by decision or knockout. Hes got a tremendous outcome and conditioning which has seen him property over 100 strikes of the last seven fights, including 290 against Brian Ortega last December. But in addition, he absorbs quite a lot of harm, an average of 105.2 on his last five. Do not look for the champ to bring the fight to the ground, however. He??has four takedowns over his last 10 bouts.
Like the champ, Volkanovski averages a higher volume of attacks, churns out an average of 75.3 in three-round bouts compared to this five-round fights that Holloway has been in. That being said, above his seven UFC bouts has he absorbed more than 50 strikes which came against Darren Elkins. The Great racked up 16 takedowns in his previous two throughout his first five fights from the Octagon but none.
Odds as of October 17

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