Shortly after Brian Ortega put the finishing touches on his second-round submission victory over Cub Swanson in early December, the questions started coming.Having pushed his winning streak to five and extended his unbeaten run to begin his career, people wanted to know if the talented Californian was going to lobby for the opportunity to face Max Holloway for the featherweight title?A week before Ortega forced Swanson to tap, Holloway collected his first successful title defense, replicating his title-winning effort in a rematch against Jose Aldo at UFC 218 in Detroit, Michigan. Originally sc ... Read the Full Article Here

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