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Let’s take a look at the current division. Remember, you can bet on your favorite fighters at BookMaker.eu.
Weight Limit: 145 pounds
Average Height: 68.8” (5’8.8”)
Average Reach: 70.3” (5’10.3”)
In the next few weeks, the featherweight division’s top four fighters - including its champion Max Holloway - will square off in two separate matchups. Holloway defends the title against No. 2 Frankie Edgar at UFC 218, while No. 1 Jose Aldo meets No. 3 Ricardo Lamas at UFC on FOX 26 on December 16. The top of these rankings could look very different when they release next month.
Just 26 years old, Max Holloway is already the best featherweight on the planet. That’s just scary for other fighters to think about - how much better can the Hawaiian get? Against a legend like Frankie Edgar (who has looked fantastic), the champ is a -210 favorite, with the challenger at +175 according to the UFC odds at BookMaker.eu.
Undefeated fighters always are intriguing, especially when they’re closing in on a title shot like Brian Ortega is. “T-City” will look for his 13th win on December 9 against his toughest test yet: perennial contender Cub Swanson. We all know what Swanson is capable of, but Ortega is looking like a beast - plus he’s just 26 years old.
UFC Featherweight Champion: Max Holloway
1. Jose Aldo
2. Frankie Edgar
3. Ricardo Lamas
4. Cub Swanson
5. Chan Sung Jung
6. Brian Ortega
7. Yair Rodriguez
8. Jeremy Stephens
9. Darren Elkins
10. Renato Moicano
11. Dennis Bermudez
12. Dooho Choi
13. Mirsad Bektic
14. Myles Jury
15. Jason Knight
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