Dana White open to Alexander Volkanovski's requesting for champ fight: 'I'm down for anything he wants'

Dana White won't communicate no to UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski.

The UFC president will draw in Volkanovski's yearning to move to lightweight and challenge momentarily title. The Australian supervisor actually revealed that he wants to go for the belt at 155 pounds if fruitful in his arrangement of three meeting against Max Holloway at UFC 276 on July 2.

White says that seems, by all accounts, to be genuine for Volkanovski (24-1 MMA, 11-0 UFC) and will get behind the idea.

"Volkanovski is one of those people who has acquired the enthusiasm for everybody as of now," White told The Mac Life.  

"It undoubtedly appears OK to do this (Holloway set of three) and put this behind him, and you don't have to find out about it any longer. That individual can do anything he wants to do. To go up and challenge somebody at 155, I'm down for anything he wants."

Volkanovski stays unbeaten in his UFC calling since joining the association in 2016. The 33-year-old is on an important 21-fight series of wins.  

Volkanovski's conceivably calling setback came in 2013 when he encountered a TKO in a regional progression, Australian FC. The arrangement of three meeting against Holloway will check his fourth consecutive title shield.