Thanks to a photo published by the UFCAlexander Volkanovski was known to look spectacular towards his rematch with Max Holloway for the World Featherweight Championship, which was on July 11. These two fighters met again, after the last one beat the second one at the end of last year to be crowned. The current king of 145 pounds put the crown on the line for the first time, before which for many is the best that has ever gone through the division.
After a contest with pure sacrifice and blows, Alexander was left with the victory and the belt. Therefore, not many were satisfied with the results, considering that the fight was very divided. The President of UFC, Dana White, hinted that the ‘Fight Island’ judges could be fired for their cards in Volkanovski’s controversial victory over Max Holloway. Clearly, the president saw something that the others did not, so sources created a huge controversy.
Volkanovski retained his featherweight title in a split decision in the co-main event, but many fans disagreed with the result. David Lethaby voted in favor of Holloway, while Mark Collett and Clemens Werner scored victorious for Alexander. After the event, White He gave his opinion on the subject and was obfuscated by what happened with the judges of the event. In a way, he fired hard at them and discusses what to do.
“The President of UFC has criticized the judges who gave Alex Volkanovski a controversial split decision victory over Max Holloway to retain the featherweight title, “revealed a close source from the mixed martial arts. Undoubtedly, for some time now there have been controversial cards, both in title fights and others that have affected the aspirations of Latin American representatives, to continue climbing positions in the UFC.
“He is retired. I just did another interview where I was asked about other retired fighters. They are retired, I’m not even thinking about them. We have many other boys here who want to fight. It is in them that I focus “, communicated Dana White, generating another controversy about the alleged retirement of Henry Cejudo. It seems that the president has no interest in talking about him competing in the featherweight, which is not a surprise either.