American mixed martial artist Max Halloway Living with Wife Kaimana Pa'aluhi; See Their Beautiful Conjugal Life. Also, see Max's Career and Earning
Max Holloway, after years of dedication and sweat, became the new Undisputed Featherweight Champion, earlier this year, has beaten his fierce opponent, Jose Aldo, giving him the 12th consecutive victory at the UFC 218!
Upon winning the title, he straight up flew to his home in Hawaii to meet his fans and most importantly his wife and son. If it weren't for his wife, Kaimana Pa'aluhi, unyielding love, and support, Halloway wouldn't be in this position right now.
Max Holloway Finishes Jose Aldo In The Third Round, UFC 218, Rumored To Be Dating A Hawaiin Model-Did He Split From His Wife?
When the game began, Jose was taking the lead with his legendary stance and pounces but as soon as he slowed down, Holloway pounced back winning third-round TKO victory against Jose Aldo (26-4 MMA, 8-3 UFC) for the second time at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
Holloway delivered an absolute beatdown in the last minutes as he was just getting started while Aldo was starting to get tired.
Max Holloway got past Jose Aldo once again at UFC 218
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After the victory, when asked about his experience, he stated,
"I knew he was tired already, That was the whole thing. My training camp was to bring him into deep waters, I know he can’t swim there, and then drown him.”
And the one person who was proud of Max was his loving wife Kaimana Pa'aluhi whom he married in 2012.
Kaimana Pa'aluhi; Max Holloway's biggest inspiration
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Last year when he was crowned as the new UFC Featherweight Champion, his happiness was inexplicable. After landing in Hawaii international airport, people flocked to the airport just to see a glimpse of the champ. After all, he made them all proud.
But of all the people in the airport, Max wanted to meet one special person, and that was none other than his beloved wife.
He married his longtime girlfriend in 2012. During the time, he was struggling to make it big in UFC, but despite all odds, his wife pushed him further and further.
He married his girlfriend in 2012 in a private ceremony
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Whenever there's a big match coming up, his wife is regularly beside the ring to support her husband. He would often hug his wife before going in for a fight.
Recently, rumors have been swirling up in the media that he and his wife have split and Max is dating a Hawaiin model named Moani Hara.
MMAimports.com reports that he confirmed that he's dating the supermodel. The news came to surface when he posted a picture with Moani in Instagram and captioned it with, Great time with my lady.
This created a buzz in the media, and many are curious to find whether they're dating or not. Also, the fact that Max is a married man makes it a controversial topic.
Last year, however, there were rumors that Max split from his wife Kaimana Pa'aluhi although Max has not come forward and made an official announcement yet.
Well, this makes sense as it seems they've separated and co-parenting for the sake of their son and Max is moving on with his new hot girlfriend.
Children Of Max With Former Wife Kaimana
It's been 5-years since their marriage and the Holloway family of two lives with one small member. The new champion is a proud father of a boy, Rush. #MiniBlessed, as Max would call him.
The duo welcomed their son on Jan. 4, 2012, around the time Max signed his first UFC contract. Two milestones in a single day. Pretty damn lucky.
Max's strength, his wife, and son
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Both father and son share a special bond. When Max won the Interim UFC Featherweight Title, he called his son right away and shared the news with him.
In the heartwarming conversation, his son asked if he won the title for which he replied 'I won the golden belt.' Their son is currently studying in Kindergarten.
Max Holloway; Quick Facts
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- He was born on December 4, 1991, in Waianae, Hawaii, U.S.
- He belongs to Hawaiian and Samoan ancestry.
- In 2005 he graduated from Waianae High School.
- Started his MMA career in early teenage and gained recognization after his 4-0 record at the age of 19.
- He made his UFC debut in 2012, as Ricardo Lamas replacement at UFC 143.
- In his short career, he won Fight of the Night, Knockout of the Night, and Performance of the Night.
- He has currently ranked #4 UFC pound-for-pound fighter.
- Up until now, he amassed around 1.5 million dollars through his MMA career.