Just how good is Max Holloway actually on the ground? I never followed him or watched many of his fights, but Rogan was talking about him having a very good ground game and a great guard so what do you think we can say about Conor's ground game based on that fight? Since he was dominating the striking battle, it looked to me like he wanted to test himself by taking Holloway down several times, especially in the 3rd round, and he looked to be pretty decent working from the top. Training with Gunnar Nelson must surely be a benefit for him. I'm no grappling expert, but I'd love to hear some insight from people who are.