Featherweight contender Max Holloway is already looking to what’s next following his fight with former UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony Pettis at UFC 206 on Dec. 10.
During an interview with RJ Clifford on SiriusXM Rush’s Toe-2-Toe, Holloway said after he fights Pettis he is aiming for an interim featherweight title fight against Interim UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo.
“After this fight, everything to my agenda is let me know if Aldo found that fucking vaccine for that fucking pussy-itis he got,” Holloway said. “That motherfucker has been running. So tell him he can’t run for much longer. Tell him a Hawaiian is coming and I’m creeping. Tell him to be ready.”
Holloway also said he would be interested in fighting for the featherweight title against UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor, but since there is an interim champion in the 145-pound division he believes a fight with Aldo is much more realistic.
Holloway is on a nine-fight win streak. He has defeated top featherweight contenders including Cub Swanson, Charles Oliveira, Jeremy Stephens, and Ricardo Lamas.
Holloway vs. Pettis will serve as the co-main event of UFC 206. UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier will defend his title in the main event against Anthony Johnson. The event will take place at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.