Jose Aldo (Bottom) of Brazil and Max Holloway of US in action. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
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Max Holloway claimed the undisputed UFC featherweight title Saturday night, stopping long-reigning champion Jose Aldo in the third round of an impressive upset victory.After Aldo controlled the first round, Holloway found his rhythm in a tight second, matching Aldo's famed work rate and aggression. Holloway then decked Aldo with a ferocious right in the third, sending the champion to the ground and allowing Holloway to get into mount.Holloway was relentless, and Aldo couldn't figure out a way to escape before getting finished.
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