Holloway thanks Bisping, Mcgreggor and Khabib for their wishes after he pulled out of UFC 226

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Max Holloway finally broke his silence after his much disappointing removal from the co main event of UFC 226 following concussion like symptoms.

Holloway addressed everyone who had wished him the best during the tough phase of past 2 or 3 days.

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He began by sending out an optimistic message to all fight fans stating about how the fight was far from over and thanked Dana White for prioritising fighter’s health above everything.

The 145 pound champ then thanked his 155 pound counterpart for understanding the situation and credited his entire team of being ‘champions’.

Max, then, wished for something that MMA fans around the globe have been desperately waiting for, the return of “The Notorious One”.

Holloway, at last, expressed his gratitude for Michael Bisping, who during an interview was among the first people to point out that there was something wrong with “Blessed”.

Despite ruining what could have been the card of the year, Holloway has handled everything with class and shown signs of being a true champion.

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