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UFC 218 | is headlined by the first Featherweight title defense for UFC champion Max Holloway. Challenging him was to be Frankie Edgar, but instead, it’s a rematch with Jose Aldo. For this preview series, we’ll look at the career of the champ through the lens of his career losses. All fight are on Fight Pass, so follow along and share your own thoughts in the comments.

UFC 218 main event featured Max Holloway defending the featherweight title against former lightweight champ Frankie Edgar. Fans were clamoring to see whether the former titleholder could be successful in third attempt to become the fifth fighter in UFC history to capture a world title in two different weight classes.

Not only would history be made, but a very competitive championship fight would have ensued — one which fans would be talking about for years to come if Holloway and Edgar lived up to their reputations.

The dream matchup came to a screaching halt when last month Edgar pulled out of the fight due to a facial injury. The UFC would ultimately go with former featherweight champion Jose Aldo on Saturday from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

the best option for Holloway. Aldo put the division on the map. He is the greatest featherweight champion of all time. He streched out an 18-fight winning streak. He was one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world. Aldo’s extensive résumé earns him the opportunity to regain the belt.

But other options were out there. Cub Swanson, winner of four consecutive fights (and lost to Holloway by decision in a competitive fight in 2015) is one, or surging contender Brian Ortega who is undefeated in 12 fights with all four of his UFC wins by stoppage, or ninth-ranked Darren Elkins, who has won five consecutive bouts.

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