Max Holloway: Wife name| Record strikes| Next fight 2022


Fighters had a lot to say about Saturday’s UFC 276 co-main event between Alexander Volkanovsky and Max Holloway. Today we will discuss about Max Holloway: Wife name| Record strikes| Next fight 2022

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Max Holloway: Wife name| Record strikes| Next fight 2022

Jerome Max Kelly Holloway (born December 4, 1991) is an American professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the featherweight division at the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). A professional since 2010, Holloway became the UFC Featherweight Champion when he defeated Jose Aldo on June 3, 2017, before defending the title three times. As of March 29, 2021.

Born Jerome Max Keli’i Holloway
December 4, 1991 (age 30)
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Other names Blessed
Height 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight 145 lb (66 kg; 10 st 5 lb)
Division Featherweight (2012–present)
Lightweight (2010–2011, 2019)
Reach 69 in (175 cm)
Fighting out of Waianae, Hawaii, United States
Team Gracie Technics
Rank Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Rylan Lizares
Years active 2010–present

Wife name

Max Holloway: Wife name| Record strikes| Next fight 2022

His wife name is Kaimana Paluhi.

Holloway is of Native Hawaiian, Samoan, and English descent. He married his longtime girlfriend Kaimana Paluhi in 2012, with whom he has a son, Rush Holloway. The couple separated in 2014 before divorcing in 2017. Holloway began dating Hawaii surfer Alessa Quezon in early 2020, and they got engaged on November 18.

Record strikes

Max Holloway had a record-setting performance against Calvin Katar in one of the most one-sided UFC fights in recent memory.

In the main event of Saturday’s show in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Holloway made a record 445 critical strikes in five rounds of fighting:

Andrew Davis, per ESPN Stats Info (h/t ESPN’s Ariel Helwani), The previous record for critical strikes in a single fight by Holloway against Brian Ortega at UFC 231 in December 2018 was 290.

Next fight 2022

Inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Holloway will fight for the third and perhaps final time to reigning 145-pound winner Alexander Volkanowski for the Division title. The bout will serve as the co-main event of UFC 276, a pay-per-view event featuring the middleweight title fight between Title List Israel Adesania versus Jared Cannonier.

How to Watch Holloway vs. Volkanowski 3 on July 2
Holloway vs. Volcanoski III will take place on July 2 at UFC 276
The event will take place inside the T-Moble Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
The main card pay-per-view will cost $74.99 starting at 10 p.m. ET exclusively on ESPN.
You can buy tickets to this UFC event when they’re available here
Max Holloway vs Alexander Volkanovsky 3 
No two fighters are more evenly matched in any weight class than Holloway and Volkanowski. The pair have fought in 10 highly competitive tours, with the Australian winning both fights with razor-thin decisions. The most recent is the 2020 split-decision win at UFC 251. Like the first two encounters, this scrap can be settled by mistakes and in-fight adjustments.

10 Rounds of History: The “Blessed” and the “Great” get to know each other as deeply as two fighters can after 50 minutes of action. Both of their bouts were extremely close and a case could be made that Holloway won against Volkanowski, rather than won in both. The intelligence that both men have gleaned from their previous scraps will be massive in creating their game plan for July 2, including potential backup plans and wrinkles.