Holloway stopped former title holder Aldo in the third round. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images/AFP
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Max Holloway sought to build up his UFC legacy and push Jose Aldo closer to the end of his career.Holloway defended his UFC featherweight title by dominating the former champion in a rematch, winning his 12th straight fight with a TKO late in the third round Saturday night.Holloway (19-3) beat Aldo in his native Brazil in June, rallying from a slow start to go on to win with a TKO in the third.Holloway's last loss was to Conor McGregor in 2013 . McGregor made about $100 million for boxing Floyd Mayweather Jr. last summer. The 31-year-old Aldo has lost three of his last four fights, including to McGregor nearly two years ago after going nearly a decade without a setback.Ngannou (11-1) set himself up to get a shot against champion Stipe Miocic, a matchup that White said will happen soon, by improving to 6-0 in UFC without a fight going to the judges.
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