UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway appears to be well fed going into his first scheduled title defense against Jose Aldo at UFC 218.Filed under: Blue Corner, Featured Videos, News, UFC
UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway has some questions about the mindset of Jose Aldo going into their title rematch at UFC 218.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Listen to a live stream of today’s UFC 218 media call with champ Max Holloway and Jose Aldo.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
Jose Aldo has invaded cages to celebrate wins of those close to him, so he won’t hold it against “emotional” UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
Jose Aldo has been granted another chance to regain the UFC featherweight belt. The UFC announced Saturday night that Aldo (26-3), a former long-reigning champion from Brazil, will replace injured challenger Frankie Edgar and meet Hawaii’s Max Holloway (18-3) in the UFC 218 main event in Detroit...
Jose Aldo will get an opportunity to regain the undisputed UFC featherweight championship from Max Holloway in the new UFC 218 main event.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
UFC flyweight Jarred Brooks is not all bent out of shape after his first professional loss and is targeting Ben Nguyen or Sergio Pettis for his next fight. Filed under: News, UFC
The Brazilian legend will get another shot for the belt after an injury forced out the challenger
A featherweight rematch from a past title fight has been booked as the co-main event for the UFC’s return to Winnipeg in December.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
According to Brazil’s Combate.com, former featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo will get his wish of a 2017 octagon return.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
UFC 215’s Jeremy Stephens would love to fight ex-champ Jose Aldo – just not in November. He’s already pushed back his wedding.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
Michael Johnson already has named his first featherweight target in ex-champ Jose Aldo, but he’ll take others as long as they’re big enough to justify the 10-pound drop.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo wants to fulfill a lifelong dream of fighting at Madison Square Garden. That could happen at UFC 217 – but he needs a dance partner first.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
Jose Aldo says he didn’t even watch “The Money Fight” but wasn’t surprised – or impressed – when he heard about how it ended.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Jose Aldo might be a rival to Conor McGregor, but he certainly wants to follow in his footsteps. After watching the UFC Lightweight Champion net over $30M in just under 30 minutes after being TKO’d by Floyd Mayweather on Saturday, the Brazilian fighter, who has spent time training in California, definitely wants to pursue a career in boxing, […]
With four fights left on UFC deal, Aldo has been busy training with Robert Garcia in California
Floyd “Money” Mayweather and “The Notorious” Conor McGregor clashed last night in their much anticipated and unprecedented super fight. Though not everyone was impressed with the amateur boxer’s performance against one of the greatest...Show More Summary
Jose Aldo reacted to Conor McGregor's TKO loss to Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas on Saturday with a "tears of joy" emoji on Twitter. McGregor famously knocked out the Brazilian in just 13 seconds at UFC 194 in December 2015 to secure the featherweight title. Show More Summary
Veteran boxing promoter Bob Arum has called the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor boxing match a “one-off” that will send an embarrassed (and rich) McGregor back to the UFC. McGregor’s former opponent Jose Aldo says the fight’s “a joke.” And some boxing reporters are so bothered by the Aug. 26...
Much of the sentiment boosting Conor McGregor’s chances for being able to pull a stunning upset over Floyd Mayweather Jr. is rooted in the fact McGregor ended former UFC champion Jose Aldo’s 10-year unbeaten run with a knockout in 13 seconds. Aldo not only isn’t buying the theory, he thinks it’s...