When featherweight champion Max Holloway received a call that his opponent at UFC 218 was changing, he never once blinked or wavered on his desire to perform in front of the crowd in Detroit on Dec. 2.The UFC ultimately decided on Holloway facing Jose Aldo in a rematch after defeating the longest reigning featherweight champion in company history back in June.Considering Holloway won the first fight by third-round TKO, it could be easily understood if he wasn’t as motivated to face Aldo a second time, especially just six months after their first fight.

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