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UFC: Watch: Max Holloway teaches Brian Ortega to keep his hands up amidst brutal 4th round beating - Holloway

UFC: Watch: Max Holloway teaches Brian Ortega to keep his hands up amidst brutal 4th round beating

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UFC 231 featured a classic striker vs. grappler style of matchup as UFC featherweight champion Max ‘Blessed’ Holloway defended his belt for the second time against undefeated prospect Brian ‘T-City’ Ortega in December last year.

Holloway, known for his problems dealing with weight cut, was coming of a year layoff. Ortega on the other hand, steam rolled through each opponent in his way to earn the #1 ranked contender spot. What was expected to be a competitive fight, turned into a fairly one-sided contest as champ Holloway left no doubt by finishing Ortega via fourth round doctor stoppage.

UFC: Watch: Max Holloway teaches Brian Ortega to keep his hands up amidst brutal 4th round beating - Holloway

Reflecting back to the fight, champ Holloway had some advice for contender Ortega. Holloway preached Ortega to keep his lead hand up to protect his chin. (via Twitter):

https://twitter.com/RobBrownBetting/status/1081933132264337408

Despite being a highly skilled Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Ortega is known for decent striking as well, as he was coming off of a knockout victory against former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, becoming the only man to ever finish him.

However Holloway known for his ability to maintain range, use footwork and apply volume started dominating Ortega. Ortega had his moment in the third round as he tagged Holloway and got a takedown. However that was short lived as Holloway not only finished Ortega but called it even before the round started.

Holloway landed a total of 219 significant strikes compared to Ortega’s 86. Ortega eventually switched to his base of BJJ by attempting takedowns however he could manage to get only one out of total 11 attempted takedowns.

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