Justin Gaethje Dismisses Size Concerns Ahead of UFC 300 Showdown with Max Holloway

Justin Gaethje vs Max Holloway

In anticipation of their highly anticipated clash at UFC 300 for the BMF belt, Justin Gaethje challenges the narrative that Max Holloway will be disadvantaged by size. Despite bookies favoring Gaethje (-200) over Holloway (+180), Gaethje remains cautious of Holloway’s prowess.

Reflecting on their press conference, Gaethje emphasizes Holloway’s stature, suggesting he might even outweigh himself despite competing in a lower weight class. Gaethje speculates that Holloway’s added bulk could potentially affect his speed, though he acknowledges the intensity of the impending fight once they step into the cage.

Gaethje asserts his confidence in his ability to inflict damage, regardless of his opponent, highlighting his readiness to secure victory once the contract is signed. He recalls a chilling moment from the UFC 300 Countdown show where he discussed forcing a doctor’s stoppage, underscoring his improved physical shape and mental fortitude leading up to the bout.

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While acknowledging Holloway’s knockout potential, Gaethje remains focused on achieving a definitive victory, whether through incapacitation or submission. He maintains respect for Holloway but underscores his determination to emerge victorious through any means necessary.

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