Max Holloway Walkout Songs: List of songs “Blessed” has walked out to in his UFC career

Check out the songs Max "Blessed" Holloway has walked out to in his illustrious UFC Career


Max Holloway Walkout Songs: List of songs “Blessed” has walked out to in his UFC career

Max Holloway (Image Courtesy - The Mirror)

Max “Blessed” Holloway holds numerous strike records in the UFC. He is a former UFC Featherweight Champion who once reigned over the featherweight division. After debuting in 2012, Holloway has showcased excellent striking skills that rank him among the best strikers in the UFC.

He did not start his UFC career with a win, as he fought Dustin Poirier on short notice only to lose the bout in the first round. However, that did not stop him from being the top fighter in the Featherweight division. From 2014 to 2019, Max Holloway went on a thirteen-fight winning streak that made him among the top fighters in the pound-for-pound list.

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Holloway defeated former World Champions like Anthony Pettis, Charles Oliveira and Jose Aldo in the thirteen-fight winning streak. In 2021, he broke the record for the most strikes landed in a single bout when he dominated Calvin Kattar for all five rounds. He also holds the record for the most significant strikes landed in UFC history.

Max Holloway truly brings the fight fans together during his fights. He will put on a striking clinic and entertains fans all the time. The sequence of Holloway walking out with the Hawaiian Flag is a spectacle to witness alongside the Walkout songs he comes out to during his entrance. So, here is a list of Walkout songs that Holloway has walked out for his fights.

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Max Holloway Walkout Songs

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Max Holloway (Image Courtesy – Sporting News)

Hawaiian Kickboxer Song by Moke Boy

At UFC 206, Holloway defeated Anthony Pettis to win the UFC interim title in the Featherweight division. Following the victory, Holloway got slated to fight the Undisputed Champion, Jose Aldo, at UFC 212. After a back-and-forth affair, Holloway got the stoppage victory in the third round. He walked to the Hawaiian Kickboxer for the fight, representing his home state of Hawaii for the title unification bout.

Also read: How old was Max Holloway when he entered the UFC

Walk It Talk It Song by Migos

Max Holloway walked out to Walk It Talk It for his rematch against Dustin Poirier at UFC UFC 236. The main event of UFC 236 became Holloway’s first attempt at the Lightweight title. He decided to walk out on the song composed by Migos and Drake. However, Holloway lost a decision to Poirier and lost his chance to become a double champion.

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Mount Everest Song by Labrinth

After losing back-to-back to Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 245 and UFC 251, Holloway had to find his way back to another title shot. Calvin Kattar was the first contender on his journey back to a title shot. He dominated Kattar for all five rounds and even talked to the commentary booth during mid-fight. Fans got treated to a beautiful display of striking and pressure from Holloway in the fight. He walked to the Mount Everest song by Labyrinth, indicating his journey back to a title shot is a tough task, just like climbing Everest.

Also read: “Volkanovski’s greatest strength”- Henry Cejudo breaks down Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway

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