UFC 250 will host a championship match between Henry Cejudo and Jose Aldo, and two title fights are expected for UFC 251 in Australia.
The reigning UFC featherweight champion has secured himself some career-defining wins inside the Octagon, and seeks another this Saturday.
UFC 236 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the two title fights taking place Saturday on pay-per-view available.
On episode two of UFC 236 Embedded, Max Holloway, Dustin Poirier and others put the finishing touches on plans ahead of Saturday's fights.
Griffin, a former UFC light heavyweight champion, offers up his thoughts on Saturday's main event for the interim UFC lightweight title.
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Check out Max Holloway driving sports cars and more in the first episode of Embedded, which highlights some of the main fighters outside the Octagon.
A pair of interim UFC titles will be on the line this Saturday night from Atlanta live on pay-per-view with bouts also airing on ESPN.
Holloway, the reigning featherweight champion, will attempt to add the interim lightweight title to his resume and avenge a prior loss to "The Diamond."
Holloway put his featherweight title on the line this past December, and now, "Blessed" goes after the interim UFC lightweight crown.
Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier for the interim lightweight title and Kelvin Gastelum vs. Israel Adesanya for middleweight gold headline.
Over seven years ago, Dustin Poirier and Max Holloway faced off for the first time at UFC 143. The two meet again next Saturday night.
There are approximately 612 interim championship belts in circulation, so - now hear me out - why not just have an interim UFC event for them?
Former champ Jose Aldo won on Saturday night, earning praise from current champ Max Holloway - nothing but love between these guys, folks.
At UFC 231 on Saturday night, Brian Ortega challenged featherweight king Max Holloway for the belt... and was nearly murdered.
Max Holloway looked like he was falling apart in his last weight cut, but he had no problems this time around, and destroyed Brian Ortega to boot.