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UFC champ Max Holloway is knocked out for the FIRST TIME and you'll never believe how he got floored

UFC star Max Holloway gets knocked out for the FIRST TIME after 30 fights with the world’s strongest fighters – and you’ll never believe how he’s floored

  • Former Featherweight Champion Passes Out While Flying US Navy
  • Holloway, 30, has never been knocked out in 30 games
  • Holloway was honored for charitable work he does in the community

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UFC star Max Holloway has endured 30 fights in the octagon without a single knockout loss to his name, but he couldn’t avoid passing out while flying the US Navy’s Blue Angels.

Holloway, who fought a famous trilogy of championships against Australian Alexander Volkanovski, posted the video to his Instagram account on Wednesday, saying below it: “Unfortunately my ‘never KO’d’ streak came to an end.”

The footage shows Holloway, 30, climbing into an F/A-18 Super Hornet and laughing as the plane performs daring maneuvers.

Near the end of the clip, when a sharp turn sees him hit with severe G-forces, Holloway faints for about five seconds before regaining consciousness.

Holloway further noted on his Instagram post: “I was blessed to have the opportunity to fly @usnavyblueangels. Shoutout to number 7 pilot Griffin Stangel and everyone behind the scenes for the unreal experience. This is a once in a lifetime ride that I will never forget. Thank you.’

Holloway smiles during his joyride with the Blue Angels - but later on during the acrobatic display he wasn't so happy

Holloway smiles during his joyride with the Blue Angels – but later on during the acrobatic display he wasn’t so happy

The Blue Angels also posted photos of the former featherweight champion and praised Holloway for the volunteer and charitable work he does in his local community in Hawaii.

The Navy’s flight demonstration team is known for honoring key influencers with joyrides on their planes.

Pilots bring the F/A-18 Hornets to over 1000 km/h and take the aircraft through high-body maneuvers such as loops, rolls and upside-down flying.

Max Holloway celebrates after beating Jose Aldo for the featherweight title in 2017

Max Holloway celebrates after beating Jose Aldo for the featherweight title in 2017

Max Holloway celebrates after beating Jose Aldo for the featherweight title in 2017

Max Holloway is pictured with his family in Hawaii, where his community work helped him land the flight with the Blue Angels

Max Holloway is pictured with his family in Hawaii, where his community work helped him land the flight with the Blue Angels

Max Holloway is pictured with his family in Hawaii, where his community work helped him land the flight with the Blue Angels

Due to the enormous g-forces involved, it is not uncommon for people to pass out, lose their sight, or vomit.

Holloway has cemented itself as one of the most durable fighters to ever set foot in the Octagon. In his 30 professional fights, ‘Blessed’ has only lost a handful of times and has never been knocked out.

Alex Volkanovski punches Max Holloway in their championship game in July, where the American was given severe penalties without going through a knockout

Alex Volkanovski punches Max Holloway in their championship game in July, where the American was given severe penalties without going through a knockout

Alex Volkanovski punches Max Holloway in their championship game in July, where the American was given severe penalties without going through a knockout

Despite losing to Volkanovski three times, Holloway remains one of the most popular fighters in the UFC – and fans loved his recent post with the Blue Angels.

‘Best pilot in the UFC babyyyy’ wrote one Instagram user. Another wrote: ‘At least you didn’t puke’. A third commented, “It’ll be okay bro, your chin is still the most unbreakable thing on earth.”

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