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Midnight Mania! Max Holloway on Jose Aldo: This guy don’t want to fight

Bringing you the weird and wild from the world of MMA each and every weeknight Welcome to Midnight Mania! Maximum Effort The Max Holloway legend continues to grow. His story of feeling Jose Aldo crack in front of him is a remarkableShow More Summary

Coach: Jose Aldo fought injured, couldn't throw leg kicks at UFC 212

Hey, at least he showed up. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion, Jose Aldo, was stopped by Max Holloway in their UFC 212 pay-per-view (PPV) headliner last Saturday night (June 3, 2017) in Brazil (watchShow More Summary

Andre Pederneiras: Ex-champ Jose Aldo dealt with leg injury during UFC 212 camp for Holloway

After Jose Aldo’s title-costing TKO loss to Max Holloway at UFC 212, one of the main questions was why the ex-champ didn’t throw more of his famously destructive leg kicks. According to his head coach Andre Pederneiras, a leg injury was at the root of it.Filed (...)

Max Holloway warns UFC featherweight division - ‘A storm is coming, and I’m not dodging anybody’

Max Holloway ushered in the “Blessed” era a few weeks ago at UFC 212 by finishing Jose Aldo in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to become the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) undisputed Featherweight champion of the world. Relive it all here. Afterward,...Show More Summary

Max Holloway's open-hand slap of Jose Aldo featured in UFC 212's 'Thrill and Agony'

Did you see that open-hand slap in this past Saturday’s UFC 212 main event? The cameras caught it for the latest installment of “Thrill and Agony.”Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

Cub Swanson wants title shot with Max Holloway; '100 percent' would've got it if Jose Aldo won

Cub Swanson is 13 years and 32 fights into his pro career, and “I’ve never been better than I am right now,” he said. That’s why, he told MMAjunkie Radio, “All I’m asking for is the opportunity.”Filed under: Featured, Featured (...)

Latest UFC rankings update: Max Holloway rockets up pound-for-pound list, while Jose Aldo sinks

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently wrapped its UFC 212: "Aldo vs. Holloway" mixed martial arts (MMA) event on pay-per-view (full results here), which took place last weekend (Sat., June 3, 2017) inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio...Show More Summary

Max Holloway says ‘king’ Jose Aldo is still the GOAT despite suffering TKO loss at UFC 212

If you weren’t a Max Holloway fan after he knocked out Jose Aldo at UFC 212 last weekend (Sat., June 3, 2017) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to become the undisputed Featherweight champion -- all while collecting his eleventh straight win...Show More Summary

Artem Lobov dubs Demetrious Johnson a ‘Mighty Rat,’ calls out Jose Aldo

If you hang with Conor McGregor long enough, you pick up a thing or three when it comes to the trash-talking department on social media. Artem Lobov recently channeled his inner ”Notorious” to lash out at Flyweight champion Demetrious...Show More Summary

Michael Bisping never bought Jose Aldo as new UFC featherweight champ - ‘He got knocked in 13 seconds’

For as much as Jose Aldo accomplished during his terrorizing reign as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight champion — including defending the strap nine straight times — Michael Bisping wasn’t buying the Brazilian bomber...Show More Summary

Anderson Silva sends heartfelt message to Jose Aldo after tough UFC 212 loss - ‘You are a great hero’

Jose Aldo suffered just the second loss of his storied Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) career this past weekend (June 3, 2017), getting knocked out by Max Holloway in the main event of UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (full video...Show More Summary

Cub Swanson to Frankie Edgar: ‘When you lose four straight UFC title fights, it’s ridiculous to think you get a fifth’

The battle to be Max Holloway’s first official title defense after “Blessed” knocked off Jose Aldo from the top of the Featherweight mountain at UFC 212 (see it again here) is officially on. In one lane, there’s former Ultimate Fighting...Show More Summary

With his Jose Aldo tribute, Max Holloway is the UFC champ we don't deserve

Undisputed UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway is the latest fighter to come out with a moving message of support for dethroned champ Jose Aldo.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

What will 2 losses in more than 10 years really mean for Jose Aldo's legacy?

After a decade without a loss, Jose Aldo now seems at risk of being defined by his rare defeats. Is the former UFC featherweight champion a victim of his own success, or are we still too far from the ending to know what this story ultimately means?Filed under: News, UFC

Max Holloway once again receives awesome Hawaiian hero's welcome after winning undisputed title at UFC 212

Max Holloway continued to live his mixed martial arts (MMA) dream this past weekend (Sat., June 3, 2017) at UFC 212, steamrolling Jose Aldo via third round technical knockout to claim the undisputed Featherweight championship that Conor McGregor had no interest in defending. Unlike McGregor, Holloway can’t wait to defend his newly-won division crown. Show More Summary

Think ex-UFC champ Jose Aldo is down and out? Check out these messages

Since the loss to Max Holloway in Saturday’s UFC 212 title-unifying headliner, Jose Aldo has received support from fellow fighters, coaches and teammates.Filed under: News, UFC

UFC 212 medical suspensions: Max Holloway, Jose Aldo avoid lengthy layoffs

UFC 212 medical suspensions for those athletes competing at the “Aldo vs. Holloway” pay-per-view (PPV) event last Saturday night (June 3, 2017) from inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, were released on Monday by the Brazilian...Show More Summary

Frankie Edgar lobbies for Max Holloway UFC title fight, dismisses Cub Swanson - ‘He hasn’t fought anybody’

Frankie Edgar was neutral when asked who he thought would emerge victorious from the Featherweight championship unification fight between division kingpin Jose Aldo and interim titleholder, Max Holloway, which went down at UFC 212 in...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo releases statement following UFC 212 loss to Max Holloway - ‘I’ll come back!’

The former featherweight champion sounds more determined than ever to keep fighting at the top echelons of MMA. Jose Aldo has put out a statement following his UFC 212 loss to Max Holloway, one that resulted in him losing his featherweight title. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo breaks silence after UFC title loss to Max Holloway: 'We fall so we can rise again'

Former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo has broken his silence following his TKO loss to new champ Max Holloway at this past Saturday’s UFC 212, thanking his team and promising to soldier on.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

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