After the UFC's latest big pay-per-view event in Las Vegas, there was much to discuss as the fighters met with the media at the UFC 276 post-fight press conference.
Follow UFC 276 event results and updates from Fighters Only's Simon Head live from T-Mobile Arena, as Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski put their UFC titles on the line in Las Vegas.
The stars of UFC 276 will take to the stage at the T-Mobile Arena on Thursday as they face questions from the media in the official pre-fight press conference.
UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski says his upcoming trilogy fight with Max Holloway is the biggest bout available to him, but he revealed he has even bigger plans than simply dominating the 145-pound division.
Sean O’Malley wraps his camp and dyes his locks. Champion teammates Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski take over the PI, then Max Holloway gets his turn. Jared Cannonier starts his business trip.
UFC 276: Max Holloway says fans will be ‘blessed’ if trilogy bout with Alexander Volkanovski goes past three rounds
Former UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway says fans should expect another epic clash when he takes on reigning champion Alexander Volkanovski, and said they would be "blessed" if the two fighters took the action into the championship rounds for a third consecutive meeting.
Max Holloway does a sit down at T-Mobile and a shakeout at the PI. Champs Alex Volkanovski and Israel Adesanya cheer on a teammate in the Octagon. The Kiwis push hard in the gym
Champ Israel Adesanya shoots hoops and gets pranked. Champion Alexander Volkanovski and rival Max Holloway both question their travel plans. Sean O’Malley uses breath to stay focused. The Anzac athletes hit the PI.
Alexander Volkanovski and Max Holloway are on collision course once again, with the featherweight championship on the line. But which man will walk away from T-Mobile Arena with the strap?
Usually when there's a fighting trilogy, the third fight is perfectly poised with each fighter holding one win over the other. But, in the case of the co-main event at UFC 276, one fighter clearly holds the edge.