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Jose Aldo Takes Soft Stance on PEDs, Slams UFC Rankings System

At 28 years of age with 26 career fights and seven UFC featherweight title defenses behind him, Jose Aldo is opening up. Usually reserved and quiet before, during and after fights, Aldo has been caught peeping out of his shell in recent months. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo And Conor McGregor Are Battling For Commercial Supremacy

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JoseAldoisthecurrentUFCfeatherweightchampion,andit’sonlyamatteroftimeuntilDanaWhitestartscallinghimthenumberonepound-for-poundfighterintheleaduptohisnexttitledefenseagainstConorMcGregor.Aldoisalsoapparentlyarhino,atleastwhenhe’sgotaShow More Summary

Conor McGregor: '155 is in my future', wants title fight with Anthony Pettis

Could a new "super fight" be in the works? Jose Aldo, Gilbert Melendez, Anthony Pettis. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) No. 1 featherweight contender Conor McGregor apparently wants to fight every top contender in both the 145 and...Show More Summary

UFC Lightweight Gilbert Melendez Open to Fighting Conor McGregor at 155

Gilbert "El Nino " Melendez wants to welcome Conor "Notorious" McGregor to the UFC's lightweight division. While the Irish superstar is set to take on featherweight king Jose Aldo in July at UFC 189, a move to the lightweight division is already in his plans. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor Set for July 11 at UFC 189

Jose Aldo will face Conor McGregor on July 11 at UFC 189 during the UFC's International Fight Week. The news was announced Friday afternoon during a UFC 183 question and answer session with McGregor in Las Vegas and confirmed with aShow More Summary

UFC Rankings: Good Calls and Bad Calls Following UFC Fight Night 59

With a dominant performance against UFC veteran Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59, Conor McGregor earned a shot at featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Although McGregor was only ranked No. 5 among 145-pound contenders heading into his bout on Sunday, he's already done enough to earn a spot in a championship bout only five contests into his UFC career. Show More Summary

The Question: Can Conor McGregor Dethrone UFC Champ Jose Aldo?

Bleacher Report lead mixed martial arts writers Jonathan Snowden and Jeremy Botter have banded together—much like a modern-day version of the Justice League—to take on the most important questions facing the MMA world. Welcome to The...Show More Summary

The Notebook: McGregor Rises, Judging Still Sucks and Larkin Has Bright Future

Our enduring memory from UFC Fight Night 59 will be Conor McGregor, moments removed from his easy destruction of Dennis Siver, leaping over the Octagon in search of his next foe. McGregor found him. Jose Aldo, located in the second row—next to McGregor 's stunning girlfriend, no less—stood with a smile on his face. Show More Summary

UFC Targeting Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor for UFC 187 on May 23

Entering UFC Fight Night 59, there was little question regarding what was next for Irish striker Conor McGregor. Should he beat Dennis Siver, he was destined to face featherweight champion Jose Aldo in the biggest fight in the division's history. Well, he did beat Siver, and the UFC is making good on its word regarding a McGregor title shot. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor and the UFC Implemented the Right Booking and Promotions Plan

Conor McGregor did what he needed to do against Dennis Siver. His second-round stoppage has earned him a title shot against longtime champion Jose Aldo. What's interesting about this case is that McGregor has done so in such a way that his messaging outside of the Octagon has been almost more important than what he was able to do within the cage. Show More Summary

Dana White Explains Why Jose Aldo Didn't Face off with Conor McGregor

The UFC appeared to botch a golden opportunity to have Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo face off after the Irishman's victory Sunday night. But UFC President Dana White would later explain to Ariel Helwani why the two future adversaries did not face off in the cage. "He is superstitious, White said. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 59 Results: Matches to Make for the Entire Fight Card

Conor McGregor has taken the 145-pound division by storm and is now lined up to challenge featherweight champion Jose Aldo. With his win over Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59, McGregor improved to 5-0 inside the Octagon. In doing so,...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor Failed To Troll UFC Champion Jose Aldo And His Family

FollowingMcGregor’ssecond-roundstoppageofDennisSiveratUFC‘sFightNight59inthepro-IrishBostonGarden,thenumber-fiverankedcontenderintheworldhoppedthefenceandjumpedinfront ofAldoandhisfamily.Heproceededtoscreamatthechampbutinresponse,Aldogiggledlikesomeonetickledtheballsofhislethalfeetwithafeather.

VIDEOS: Conor McGregor Mauls Dennis Siver, Jumps the Cage to Confront Jose Aldo

Last night's UFC Fight Night 59 bout between Irish featherweight star Conor McGregor and German role-player Dennis Siver was every bit the lopsided showcase we expected it to be. McGregor thoroughly outclassed Siver in the standup exchanges, using his speed, accuracy, and unpredictable variety of strikes to befuddle his opponent. Show More Summary

With Aldo vs. McGregor on Tap, 7 Fights That Make Sense for Other FW Contenders

With his win over Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59, No. 5 featherweight contender Conor McGregor earned a shot at 145-pound champion Jose Aldo. In the stacked featherweight class, multiple other competitors were deserving of a title shot, but McGregor rose above the rest by igniting MMA fans with his confidence inside and outside the Octagon. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor vs. Dennis Siver: What We Learned from Featherweight Tilt

Conor McGregor earned his UFC featherweight title shot. With current division champion Jose Aldo sitting ringside to take in the action, McGregor dominated Dennis Siver on Sunday to solidify his crack at the title. McGregor got the technical knockout stoppage in the second round. Siver was merely a punching bag. Show More Summary

Video: Watch Jose Aldo’s Miserable UFC Q&A Session With Drunk Bostonians

(Video courtesy of YouTube.com/UFC) Fresh off the most embarrassing UFC Q&A ever involving CM Punk earlier this month in Las Vegas, NV., at UFC 182, the UFC thought it would be a great idea to call upon its featherweight kingpin, Jose...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo has a little message for Irish UFC fans: 'I'm sad for all of you'

Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Jose Aldo was the featured guest at the UFC Fight Night 59 weigh in event, holding court for the fan Q&A session earlier this afternoon in Boston, Massachusetts, not...Show More Summary

Live! Jose Aldo fan Q&A video from UFC Fight Night 59 weigh ins in Boston

Remember when Conor McGregor headed down to Brazil to watch Jose Aldo fight and got heckled at the fan Q&A? Well, now it's Aldo's turn. "Junior" is scheduled to hold court this afternoon (Sat., Jan. 17, 2015) inside the Orpheum Theater in Boston, Massachusetts (hopefully you have tickets), which kicks off at 2 p.m. Show More Summary

UFC: Conor McGregor says his team are 'bulletproof' describes himself as 'loose rock' & willow'; points finger at Dennis Siver failed drug test

UFC featherweight Conor McGregor goes into Sunday night's headline clash with Dennis Siver in Boston one victory away from a title shot against Jose Aldo, but has accused his Russian opponent of dubious practises after a recent suspension and fine following a failed doping test last year. Siver tested for human chorionic gonadotropin, claiming that [...]

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