TJ Dillashaw, coach Duane Ludwig see true challenge in Max Holloway at ...

Dillashaw’s longtime coach Duane Ludwig said that a move up to 145 pounds is “in the realm of possibility.” Perhaps surprisingly, though, he anticipates a heavier weight class is a tougher job.

The payoff is potentially huge – a place in history as the fourth UFC fighter to simultaneously hold titles in two separate divisions.

It could also be a lot easier on his body, though he recently cautioned that adding functional weight bulk is a challenge of its own.

And in addition to being one of the larger featherweights in the division, Holloway keeps a high work rate that amplifies the effect of his punches.

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