“Max is the f*cking man,” Fuelled by DC’s critique Aljamain Sterling seeks beating Max Holloway to erase Sean O’Malley loss

Following his recent championship defeat, former bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling may transfer to the featherweight division to face Max Holloway.


“Max is the f*cking man,” Fuelled by DC’s critique Aljamain Sterling seeks beating Max Holloway to erase Sean O’Malley loss

Aljamain Sterling wants to take on Max Holloway ( Image via Imago )

Aljamain Sterling wants to make his move to the featherweight division. The former bantamweight champion is determined to bid farewell to the taxing weight cuts. He believes the move will result in an all-around improvement in his in-cage performance. Sterling recently lost his bantamweight title to Sean O’Malley via knockout.

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To redeem himself, Sterling has set his sights on former featherweight champion Max Holloway. A win over Holloway would put him back on track to regain champion status once again. However, former UFC champion Daniel Cormier had his reservations regarding the matter. He voiced his opinions on a recent episode of the “DC & RC” show on ESPN. Cormier pointed out that Holloway’s size advantage could pose significant problems for Sterling. Especially given his past struggles against O’Malley.

However, Sterling remained unwavering in his determination. Sterling declared on YouTube saying that kind of challenge only made him want to call out Holloway. He firmly believes that his performance will change completely once he is in the featherweight division. According to Sterling, people have yet to witness the full potential of “big-body Aljo” compared to his previously shredded physique. Aljamain Sterling acknowledged Max Holloway’s status as a formidable opponent. “Max is the man, bro. Max is the f*cking man,” Sterling said. However the former bantamweight champion he’s eager to prove his worth. ” I go out and I beat the man, bro, come on,” Sterling iterated.

Meanwhile, Holloway aspires to secure another shot at the featherweight title. Max Holloway is a dominant force in the featherweight division. He is often regarded as one of the sport’s all-time greats. While some may question the wisdom of Sterling’s decision to challenge Holloway, the Hawaiian fighter appears open to the prospect. This potential showdown promises to be a pivotal moment in Sterling’s career, potentially serving as a stepping stone toward redemption and championship glory.

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Aljamain Sterling urges Sean O’Malley to stop running away from the top contenders

Bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley is preparing for his first title defense against Marlon Vera. However, Aljamain Sterling will have none of it.

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Sean O’Malley defeated Aljamain Sterling to become the new Bantamweight Champion ( Image source: Twitter )

O’Malley’s plans for redemption against his loss against Marlon Vera had been clear from the start. However, Sterling and Merab Dvalishvili currently hold the number one and two positions in the UFC bantamweight rankings. Meanwhile, Marlon Vera is down at #6. Aljamain Sterling asserted that O’Malley should either grant him a rematch or step into the octagon with Merab. He pressed O’Malley to face the top contenders, instead of ducking them.

Dvalishvili has recently gained momentum in the UFC with an impressive nine-fight winning streak. The bantamweight division is buzzing with anticipation as fans and fighters alike eagerly await O’Malley’s verdict. Will he heed Sterling’s call for a rematch, or will he accept the challenge from the rapidly ascending Dvalishvili? Only time will provide the answer, but one thing remains certain. The stakes are elevated, and the bantamweight division is set to witness a series of exciting fights.

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