Alexander Volkanovski is recuperating. The ruling UFC featherweight champion reported on Thursday that he is set to go through a medical procedure to fix a messed up thumb

he experienced in his set of three match against Max Holloway at UFC 276. Volkanovski posted a x-beam of the injury

to social media and made sense of that he experienced the wrecked thumb in the subsequent round

He at last proceeded to overcome Holloway in an uneven consistent choice that pushed him to 3-0 in the series.

Volkanovski (25-1) said he is supposed to be sidelined for the following 12 weeks as he recuperates from his physical issue.

"Anticipating getting back out there," he expressed, "because of everybody for the help."

The 33-year-old hero wants to climb to 155 pounds and challenge for his opportunity at two-division magnificence,

purporting an eagerness to safeguard both the lightweight and featherweight titles at the same time.

On the off chance that that doesn't occur, Volkanovski actually has a lot of challengers looking for him at 145 pounds,

whether that is Josh Emmett or the victor of July 16's session between Yair Rodriguez versus Brian Ortega,

or quite a few the capable new kids on the block in the featherweight division like Arnold Allen, Movsar Evloev, and Ilia Topuria.