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Jose Aldo unimpressed with ‘soft punching' Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor, wants ‘Notorious’ at UFC 205 in New York

Once the final horn rang signaling an end to the Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor rematch at UFC 202 this past Saturday (Aug. 20, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, fans couldn’t stop applauding their respective performances. Full video replayShow More Summary

UFC 202: Conor McGregor uninterested in Jose Aldo rematch, eyes options outside UFC

It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that win, lose or draw against Nate Diaz in their much-anticipated rematch at UFC 202, Conor McGregor would drop down to 145-pounds to defend his Featherweight belt in a title unification match...Show More Summary

UFC 202: Is the risk worth the reward for Conor McGregor?

It would have been so easy for Conor McGregor to never fight Nate Diaz again. It’s not like he doesn’t have compelling reasons; Jose Aldo, Max Holloway and the rest of the Featherweight division are chomping at the bit for a crack at...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor Will Defend Featherweight Title After UFC 202

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Dana White says Conor McGregor’s next fight will be a title defense against Jose Aldo.

Dominick Cruz in a superfight? 'Keep me in the mix,' says the champ

Count Dominick Cruz among those interested in what Conor McGregor does after next week’s UFC 202 event. “The Dominator” wouldn’t mind facing either McGregor or Jose Aldo in a featherweight superfight.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, (...)

Dana White: Tyron Woodley vs Stephen Thompson (not Nick Diaz), Conor McGregor vs Jose Aldo (not Nate Diaz) next

Sorry, Tyron Woodley, but your efforts to stonewall Stephen Thompson apparently didn’t work. According to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White, "The Chosen One" will defend his newly-won Welterweight title against...Show More Summary

Ready for 'war,' Conor McGregor still unsure he'll defend Featherweight belt after Nate Diaz rematch at UFC 202

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim Featherweight champion Jose Aldo may have to get used to the idea of never getting a chance to avenge his loss to current division kingpin, Conor McGregor. That’s because "Notorious" is unsure...Show More Summary

Professional Fighters Association (PFA) launches today to represent 'collective interests' of UFC fighters

Disgruntled Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters past and present, including, but not limited to Mark Hunt, Jose Aldo and T.J. Dillashaw, among others, will be pleased to learn that Professional Fighters Association (PFA) today...Show More Summary

The 2016 MMA National Olympic Teams: Brazil

The host nation fields a potentially devastating squad that includes interim UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and women’s bantamweight titleholder Amanda Nunes.

The Question: UFC Boasts Featherweight Youth Movement, but Who's Most Promising?

For the longest time, Jose Aldo ruled the featherweight division with the iron fist of a despot. Since then, everything has changed. Conor McGregor stands atop the heap, but no one’s quite sure if he is coming or going, and below him...Show More Summary

Coach Mark Henry says Frankie Edgar could potentially fight at 135 pounds

It's going to be hard for former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight champion Frankie Edgar to regain his divisional footing at 145 pounds. After decisively losing to Jose Aldo for the interim strap at UFC 200 this pastShow More Summary

Conor McGregor Predicts Outcome of His UFC 202 Rematch with Nate Diaz

Conor McGregor: MMA fighter, Irishman, fast talker, soothsayer. McGregor's predictions for the outcomes of his own fights have come to pass more than once. He famously called his shot at UFC 194 against Jose Aldo and before that, against Chad Mendes at UFC 189. Show More Summary

Jeremy Stephens blasts Jose Aldo, commends Renan Barao and asks fans to name next opponent

A tweet is a powerful thing, especially when it comes to mixed martial arts (MMA). In just a matter of 140 characters, a MMA fighter can demand to be paid, defend oneself when labeled a cheater, call out an opponent or interact withShow More Summary

For Brian Ortega, the idea of fighting Jose Aldo no longer far-fetched

UFC featherweight Brian Ortega said he was sitting right behind Conor McGregor when the Irish champ was taking in a rematch between Frankie Edgar and Jose Aldo at UFC 200.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

After Falling For His Own Myth, McGregor's Upcoming Rematch At 170lbs Is Taking A Heavy Risk

As Conor McGregor looked on at Jose Aldo at UFC 200, he wanted to let everyone know he’s still here, that he’s made his mark. He’s was used to leaving marks on opponents, but his own myth has left its mark on him. It was a rare appearance before UFC [...]

UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor says Chad Mendes can't put steroids on his chin

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight king Conor McGregor and perennial top contender Chad Mendes are not the best of friends. Despite possessing a common adversary, former UFC champion Jose Aldo, "Notorious" and "Money"...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo Expects McGregor Rematch in NYC

Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC In the main event of UFC 194, Jose Aldo’s incredible reign as WEC and UFC featherweight champion came to a skittering halt when he walked into a Conor McGregor left hand just 13 seconds after the fight...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo: Conor McGregor must lose at UFC 202 to preserve our rematch in New York City

There's no arguing that Jose Aldo is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in mixed martial arts (MMA) history. His tremendous resume and elite level skill make him a one-of-a-kind athlete. But Aldo's everlasting impression on the sport was slightly tainted after he lost to Conor McGregor at UFC 194 via 13-second knockout. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo: Spies in Frankie Edgar's camp was a joke, I fight clean and fair

DIRTY RATS! Subterfuge? Pfffft... Jose Aldo doesn't need spies. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight titleholder insists he was just joking around when he told the mixed martial arts (MMA) media that spies were...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo Says Frankie Edgar Spy Comment Was 'Jab' at Conor McGregor

UFC interim featherweight champion Jose Aldo has clarified that his comments about having spies in Frankie Edgar's camp following their bout at UFC 200 were not to be taken seriously and were in fact a "jab" at Conor McGregor. The Brazilian...Show More Summary

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