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Watch: Video emerges of a 13-year-old Max Holloway when he just started fighting

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The current UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway is one of the best fighters on the planet. With his outstanding performances and sensational striking skills, in particular, he has quickly established himself as not just as a dominant champion but also as one of the pound for pound best fighters in the world today irrespective of the weight class. In a recently released video by ESPN, a young thirteen year old Holloway can be seen training hard when he had just started fighting and also discusses about him going on to win his first amateur fight after training for just three days.

The video perfectly showcases Holloway’s love for fighting, his dedication and passion for the sport. Holloway himself also talked about how fighting competitively and training has been helping him and how it is much better than fighting in the streets.

Watch: Video emerges of a 13-year-old Max Holloway when he just started fighting - Max Holloway

The champion as a young 13 year old kid can also be seen discussing the hardships that his family was going through and the personal problems they faced because of his father abandoning him and his family.

You can watch the entire training video of Holloway down below:

 

 

 

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