Jack Della Maddalena: ‘Keep Climbing, Keep Fighting, Stay Consistent’ | Noche UFC

Welterweight Jack Della Maddalena spoke with UFC’s McKenzie Pavacich following his co-main event victory at Noche UFC on Saturday over fan favorite Kevin Holland.

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  1. Jack Della Maddalena vs Ian Garry would be an interesting next fight. I think Jack beats everyone outside of Welterweight top 8 – he struggles with Leon, Usman, Colby, Belal, Khamzat, Gilbert Shavkat, Thompson. He'd beat Neil Magny, Vincent Luque, Sean Brady & Geoff Neal. Ian Garry seems like a good test, if he wins he can face the likes of Thompson or Shavkat.

  2. This was a really good fight. The people in the crowd booing are a bunch of privileged casuals. There was about two strikes in difference in the 1st for Jack, Holland had about 8 strikes more in the 2nd, and Jack literally won the fight in the last 30 seconds. It was Holland the whole round. What amazed me was the technical skills of both of them, and their defence. There were a lot of close misses to the head, and Jack's hands protect his face so well. I came into this bummed because one of them had to lose.

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