Max Holloway, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Jon Jones and others known for having superhuman stamina 

Having a good gas tank can play a crucial role in the later rounds of a fight in the UFC. A few fighters have built a reputation for having a never-ending gas tank and can easily fight at the same pace for all five rounds. Let's take a look at a few of them.   


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Max Holloway 

Former featherweight champion Max Holloway is known for being able to maintain the same pace for five rounds. His last fight against Calvin Kattar is the perfect example of the same. 

Tony Ferguson 

'El Cucuy' uses his stamina to outlast his opponents and finish his adversaries in the later rounds as he has done multiple times in his UFC career. 

Nate Diaz 

The younger Diaz brother is notoriously famous for starting slow and picking pace in the later rounds when most fighters fade away. 

Khabib Nurmagomedov 

'The Eagle's fighting style requires him to have an insane gas tank so he can wrestle continuously for five rounds straight which he does. 

Jon Jones 

Former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been in multiple five rounds wars during his career and has always come out on top. 

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