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Jose Aldo Admits He May Not Belong in MMA's New Conor McGregor Era

Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC Over the last five years, the UFC has gone through enough changes, evolutions, developments, revolutions, cultural shifts, and difficult births to be at times almost unrecognizable. But even during these heady times there have been two things a fan could always rely on, like the changing of the tides or the turning of the earth: One, that featherweight Jose Aldo would be one of the greatest fighters in the promotion; and two, that Jose Aldo would be threatening to leave it.
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