Jose Aldo (Bottom) of Brazil and Max Holloway of US in action. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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Max Holloway respects Jose Aldo, saying he's one of the greatest ever in mixed martial arts. Holloway, though, is hoping to play a part in beginning to end Aldo's career.Holloway (18-3) has won 11 straight fights since losing to Conor McGregor in 2013 .That gave Aldo another shot.McGregor made about $100 million for boxing Floyd Mayweather Jr. in August, and White doesn't think he's in a rush to compete.Some, including White, are saying Alvarez and Gaethje may brawl and grapple in the sport's most violent fight ever.
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