Calvin Kattar Unfazed by UFC Vegas Bounce Story 46

Calvin Kattar says he’s not thinking about the big loss to Max Holloway, which looks set to return on Saturday.

UFC featherweight Calvin Kattar will return to the cage on January 15, 2022, when he faces Giga Chikadze in the main event of UFC Vegas 46.

Kattar hasn’t fought since receiving a big loss to Max Holloway on Fight Island last year in UFC Fight Island 7. When asked if he feels nervous about losing to Holloway, Kattar said he only thinks about it when he wants to.

“I look at it as much as I want,” Kattar said at media day. “I finished that fight the way I started it, on my feet. Props for Max, he fought a terrifying battle. I left that fight unequivocally with an understanding of what he was doing. Things that I will bring, not only for this next war, but also for future wars. ”

Kattar was asked if he took exception to Holloway’s now infamous antics. Kattar told MMA media he had nothing but respect for the former featherweight champion after the loss.

Calvin Kattar has ‘nothing but respect’ for Max Holloway

“Nothing but respect for Max.” Kathar said. “I saw the guy, after losing to Dustin Poirier, go over and shake the hand of the opposing family. He’s a class act, I understand where he’s going with it. That’s what it is, as he would say. “

Since last year’s historic loss on Fight Island, Kattar will be out for nearly 12 months so far, before returning to the cage on Saturday. The Boston-born player will be looking to recover and avoid losing in a row for the first time in his UFC career.

Kattar is 6-3 since made UFC made his debut in 2017, with four of his six wins coming from injury time.

UFC Vegas 46 takes place on Saturday, January 15, 2022, live from UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV. Follow along with FanSided MMA, who is on-site, for all your news and highlights. Calvin Kattar Unfazed by UFC Vegas Bounce Story 46

James Brien

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