Max Holloway's Spectacular KO Rocks UFC 300

Photo: Instagram/Max Holloway

Max Holloway stunned fans and fellow fighters alike with an incredible knockout (KO) at UFC 300. Already a UFC star, Holloway's performance reached new heights in this memorable bout.

Facing off against Justin Gaethje for the special "BMF" title, Holloway put on a dominant show. In the closing moments, instead of playing it safe, he dared Gaethje to engage in a wild exchange. 

Both fighters traded blows, but Holloway sealed the deal with a powerful right hand that left Gaethje unconscious. Holloway's energetic celebration showed just how pumped he was, letting out loud screams of victory.

Photo: Instagram/Max Holloway

Despite his clear lead throughout the fight, Holloway took a risky move to ensure an unforgettable finish, possibly aiming for the $300,000 "fight of the night" bonus. Reports even suggest he negotiated for a $600,000 payout for his spectacular moment.

Adding to the excitement, Holloway called out for a rematch with current UFC featherweight champion Ilia Topuria, who witnessed the shocking finale from the crowd.

The electrifying KO left the audience buzzing, even affecting the atmosphere for the upcoming co-main event between Zhang Weili and Yan Xiaonan. 

Fans and fighters took to social media to share their reactions, highlighting the essence of MMA's thrilling moments.

Source: Yahoo Sports 


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