One Month Later And Max Holloway Still Un-Recovered And Un-Diagnosed — Here’s The Update

UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway was pulled from his highly anticipated co-main event match up against undefeated rising challenger Brian Ortega for UFC 226 after the title holder suffered concussion-like symptoms. Now UFC President Dana White has come forward with an update on Holloway’s condition.

It has not been revealed precisely what debilitated Max Holloway. Rather, the UFC has been running the champion through a gauntlet of medical examinations to get to the bottom of the matter.

Speaking to media after the recent UFC on FOX 30 card, Dana White revealed some news on the situation.

“(Holloway) is good. He’s doing well. They gave him a timeframe.(But) I’d actually like to wait a little longer on his timeframe and make sure that he’s 100 percent.”

Following rumors that Holloway may have suffered a stroke, Dana White was quick to quell the possibility.

“Nah, no stroke. There was no stroke. It either had to do with a concussion or they believe that it happened to him a lot easier because he was cutting weight at that time. We still don’t know for sure, but he’s okay, he’s healthy, and he’s gonna get better.”

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