UFC 245 goes from the??T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on December 14 and the featherweight belt will be on the line as MaxBlessed Holloway creates his fourth title defense against AlexanderThe Great Volkanovski. Although Volkanovski, the challenger, is coming back in +140 Holloway, the winner, is still a -170 preferred to retain his strap. Holloway has been a favorite in eight of the last nine fights, coming in as an underdog just against Jose Aldo, a fight he won via third-round TKO in his title fight. Since he lost a span of 14 bouts, in 2013 to Conor McGregor blessed has not suffered a loss in the division. Max did move up to the division in April but dropped to Dustin Poirier by choice. Meanwhile, Volkanovski, the challenger, endured a reduction in his fourth professional fight in 2013??nevertheless is still a since then. The Australian was a large favorite since he increased the UFC featherweight ranks but came in at EVEN and also +110 in his previous two fights from Chad Mendes along with Jose Aldo. Holloway enjoys getting into a excellent brawl with his opponents, trading waits for rounds end till they fade and then he picks up the win either by knockout or decision. He has conditioning and a outcome that has seen him land over 100 strikes at six of the last seven fights, such as 290 from Brian Ortega last December. But in addition, he absorbs quite a bit of harm, a mean of 105.2 on his past five. Dont look for your champ to bring the fight to the ground, however. He??has just four takedowns on his past 10 bouts. Like the champ, Volkanovski averages a high volume of strikes, dishing out an average of 75.3 at three-round bouts compared to this five-round struggles that Holloway has been in. That having been said, on his seven UFC bouts, only once has he consumed that and over 50 strikes came from Darren Elkins. The Great racked 16 takedowns up throughout his first five battles from the Octagon??but none in his previous two. Curious in BetOnline at October 17 Read more here: http://tsllibya.com/?p=18231